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Vetoes Overridden

Bill: SCS HCS HB 19
Sponsor: Stream, Rick
Description: Appropriations for capitol improvements including authorization to spend bond issue monies, if the pending bond issue before the legislature is approved by the voters. HA 2 provides $50 million to repair the state Capitol and $38 million for a new state office building.
See: 
  • House roll call - CCS HB 19 (09/11/2013): Motion to override the governor's line-item veto of $1 million to reconstruct a technical education center in Pike County.
  • House roll call - SS HCS HB 19 (05/09/2013): 3rd reading and final passage of a bill that includes $50 million to repair the Capitol and $38 million for new state government office space.
  • House roll call - HA 1 HCS HB 19 (05/02/2013): Adoption of an amendment to appropriate $50 million to repair the Capitol and $38 million for a new state office building.
  • Senate roll call - CCS HB 19 (09/11/2013): CCS HB 19 - 09/11/2013: Motion to override the governor's line-item veto of $1 million to reconstruct a technical education center in Pike County.
  • Senate roll call - SS HCS HB 19 (05/08/2013): 3rd reading of a bill that includes $50 million to repair the Capitol and $38 million for new state government office space.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: HB 278
    Sponsor: Brattin, Rick
    Description: Prohibit the state or local government from banning celebration of any federal holiday at a public place, school or other government locations.
    See: 
  • House roll call - HB 278 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a measure to ban local government from prohibiting celebration on government property of any federal holiday.
  • Senate roll call - HB 278 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill banning local goverment from prohibiting celebrations of federal holidays on government property.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SCS HB 329
    Sponsor: Dugger, Tony
    Description: Repeal a provision requiring financial institutions that are not licensed or supervised by the state to file reports with the state on real estate loans made, purchased or foreclosed. The final version passed by the legislature increases the maximum interest that can be charged for payday loans and other types of consumer loans.

    See: 
  • House roll call - SCS HB 329 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that includes a provision raising the maximum interest that can be charged for small consumer loans such as payday loans.
  • Senate roll call - SCS HB 329 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that includes a provision raising the maximum interest that can be charged for small consumer loans such as payday loans.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: HB 339
    Sponsor: Wieland, Paul
    Description: Prohibit non-economic damage awards against a driver with auto insurance in a lawsuit by an uninsured motorist for damages from a traffic accident.

    See: 
  • House roll call - HB 339 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to restrict damage awards in an auto accident lawsuit by an uninsured motorist.
  • Senate roll call - HB 339 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to restrict damage awards in an auto accident lawsuit by an uninsured motorist.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SS HB 650
    Sponsor: Ross, Robert
    Description: Declare the Land Survey Program headquarters building the Robert E. Meyers Building. The SS convers a large number of unrelated environmental and Natural Resources Department issues inlcuding requiring DNR approval to build or replace a sewage point source. The governor's veto message cited a provision that would impose a retrospective limit on damage awards against an abandoned mining operation in southeast Missouri, Doe Run.

    See: 
  • House roll call - SS HB 650 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that contained a provision providing exemptions to pollution lawsuits for a company owning a lead mine.
  • Senate roll call - SS HB 650 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that contained a provision providing exemptions to pollution lawsuits for a company owning a lead mine.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SCS HCS HB 1035
    Sponsor: Kelley, Mike
    Description: Let a local taxing authority file an amended form for its tax rate filing with the State Auditor. The final version contains a number of other unrelated local government issues. The governor's veto message cited a provision that would allow annexation by a specific city without a public vote of residents in the area to be annexed.

    See: 
  • House roll call - SCS HCS HB 1035 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that includes a provision that would allow annexation by a a city without a public vote of residents in the area to be annexed.
  • Senate roll call - SCS HCS HB 1035 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that includes a provision that would allow annexation by a a city without a public vote of residents in the area to be annexed.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: CCS SB 9
    Sponsor: Pearce, David
    Description: Allow creation of districts for University of Missouri Extension that could levy property taxes, upon voter approval. The final CCS amends a law banning foreign ownership of farm land to allow up to 1 precent ownership by a non-US interest. The amended HCS contains a number of unrelated issues including various regulations over agriculture.

    See: 
  • Senate roll call - CCS SB 9 (09/11/2013): Approval of the governor's veto of a bill that would allow a foreigner to hold up to one percent interest in a company owning farm land in Missouri.
  • Senate roll call - SCS SB 9 (02/18/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to allow creation of districts that could seek voter approval for tax increases for University of Missouri Extension programs.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: HCS SB 110
    Sponsor: Brown, Dan
    Description: Ban a court from establishing or changing custody or visitation rights of a parent who has been deployed by a military assignment until after the deployment ends. Prohibit making deployment the sole factor for modifying custody or visitation rights.

    See: 
  • House roll call - HCS SB 110 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to restrict a court changing parental rights of a parent on military assignment.
  • Senate roll call - HCS SB 110 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to restrict a court changing parental rights of a parent on military assignment.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SS SB 129
    Sponsor: Sater, David
    Description: Exempt from state licensing requirements for a health care provider licensed in another state to provide volunteer health services.

    See: 
  • House roll call - SS SB 129 (09/11/2013): Reconsideration and adoption of a motion previously defeated to override the governor's veto of a bill to exempt state licensing requirements for a licensed health care provider providing volunteer services in Missouri.
  • House roll call - SS SB 129 (09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to exempt state licensing requirements for a licensed health care provider providing volunteer services in Missouri.
  • Senate roll call - SS SB 129 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to exempt state licensing requirements for a licensed health care provider providing volunteer services in Missouri.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SB 170
    Sponsor: Chappelle-Nadal, Maria
    Description: Allow votes by members of an elected governmental body to be cast by video conference. Current law requires physical presence to cast a vote except for the legislature and committees established by a governmental body.

    See: 
  • House roll call - SB 170 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that would allow a member of a local elected government body to cast a vote by video conference.
  • Senate roll call - SB 170 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that would allow a member of a local elected government body to cast a vote by video conference.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Vetoes Sustained

    Bill: SCS HB 110
    Sponsor: Smith, Jason
    Description: Clarify existing law that a special election or the next general election fills a vacancy in a statewide elected office. Let the governor appoint an "acting" position until the election. Prohibit whomever is appointed from running for the office in the next election.
    See: 
  • House roll call - SCS HCS HB 110 (05/17/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to require the governor call a special election to fill the vacancy in the lieutenant governor's office.
  • Senate roll call - SCS HCS HB 110 (05/17/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to require the governor call a special election to fill the vacancy in the lieutenant governor's office.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SS HB 253
    Sponsor: Berry, T. J.
    Description: Provide a reduction in income taxes on business income based annually on a comparison of individual income tax and corporate income tax collections. The SS has become a large tax bill with cuts in the income taxes, income from business and business taxes. It imposes the state sales tax on Internet sales. Legislative staff estimate it could cost up to $692 million per year in lost state tax revenue.

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  • House roll call - SS HB 253 (09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the tax cut bill.
  • House roll call - SS HB 253 (05/09/2013): 3rd reading and final passage of an expanded tax cut substitute that legislative staff estimate could cost as much as $692 million per year.
  • House roll call - HB 253 (04/18/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to provide a tax break for businesses.
  • Senate roll call - SS HB 253 (05/08/2013): 3rd reading of an expanded tax cut substitute that legislative staff estimate could cost as much as $692 million per year.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SCS HB 301
    Sponsor: Engler, Kevin
    Description: Include the prosecutor in the list of persons who are to be given a court petition for conditional release of a person committed for being a sexually violent predator. The amended Senate version became an omnibus bill on sex crimes. Alllowing retroactive provisions in some cases, expanding crimes labeled as rape or sodomy, exclude juvenile offenders from the public sex-offender website and more.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: SCS HCS HB 436
    Sponsor: Funderburk, Douglas
    Description: Declare invalid any federal law or rule that infringes on Second Amendment constitutional rights for firearms. Make it a crime for a federal employee to enforce infringement of those rights. Let school districts designate teachers with special training to carry concealed weapons on school grounds. Make it a crime to publish or otherwise distribute the name of a firearm owner or applicant. Lower the minimum age for a concealed weapons permit rom 21 to 19 years of age.

    See: 
  • House roll call - SCS HB 436 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a gun-rights measure.
  • House roll call - SCS HCS HB 436 (05/08/2013): 3rd reading and final approval of a bill to declare various firearms laws invalid in Missouri.
  • House roll call - HCS HB 436 (04/18/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to declare invalid in Missouri various federal gun laws and regulations.
  • House roll call - HCS HB 436 (04/17/2013): Perfection of a bill to declare invalid various federal laws governing firearms.
  • House roll call - HA 4 HCS HB 436 (04/17/2013): An amendment to let a school district designate staff to carry concealed weapons on school grounds and detain suspects.
  • Senate roll call - SCS HCS HB 436 (09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the governor's veto of the gun-rights bill.
  • Senate roll call - SCS HCS HB 436 (05/02/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to prevent enforcement of any infringement of 1nd Amendment rights and to let school districts authorize teachers to carry concealed weapons and detain persons on school ground
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SCS HCS HB 611
    Sponsor: Lant, Bill
    Description: Change the definition of a new hire for the Unemployment Compensation Program to meet a federal requirement. Various other changes involving penalty charges against employers.

    See: 
  • House roll call - SCS HB 611 (09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill involving exclusion of persons engaging in misconduct from unemployment compensation.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SS SB 28
    Sponsor: Kraus, Will
    Description: Expand the definition of misconduct that disqualifies a worker from unemployment compensation coverage. Include misconduct outside the workplace or after working hours. The SS requires annual approval from a worker for wage withholdings for union political contributions.

    See: 
  • Senate roll call - SS SB 28 (09/11/2013): Approval of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that would expand activities by a worker than can disqualify the worker from unemployment compensation coverage if laid off the job.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SS SB 29
    Sponsor: Brown, Dan
    Description: Prohibit unions for government workers from withholding fees from paychecks. Require government worker approval to use fees or dues for politcal purposes.

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  • House roll call - SS SB 29 (05/13/2013): 3rd reading and final passage of a bill to restrict automatic deductions government workers' paychecks for labor unions.
  • Senate roll call - SS SB 29 (09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to prohibit withholding fees from worker salaries for union political purposes without the worker's approval. An override required 23 vot
  • Senate roll call - SS SB 29 (03/14/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to restricit withholding from government worker pay checks for union fees and requre worker approval to use fees for political purposes.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: CCS SB 34
    Sponsor: Cunningham, Mike
    Description: Require the state to maintain a public searchable database of Workers' Compensation claims.

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  • House roll call - CCS SB 34 (09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that would establish a public database of Workers' Compensation claims.
  • House roll call - CCS SB 34 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill that would establish a public database of Workers' Compensation claims.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: CCS SB 43
    Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian
    Description: Change state law to reflect a new federal limit on allowing trucks with idle technology equipment to exceed weight and size limits. The final CCS contains several unrelated issues including creating a crime of assault on a transit worker, drunken driving and naming a highway. The governor's veto message cited a provision changing the name of a section of I70 in Montgomery County from "Slave Rock" to "Graham's Picnic Rock.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: CCS SB 51
    Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian
    Description: Increase license plate fees. The original version was to repeal a law that that exempts some farm vehicles from various requirements including submitting to drug tests and having a medical certificate. The final version also contains a number of other unrelated topics including motorcycle permits, standards for towing companies, farm vehicles, alternative fees and restrictions on information management products.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: SB 60
    Sponsor: Rupp, Scott
    Description: Change the accreditation requirements for reinsurance companies to comply with a federal law. Nixon vetoed it for being duplicative of the same matter in HB 133, but having conflicting language.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: HCS SB 73
    Sponsor: Schaefer, Kurt
    Description: Prohibit police road blocks or checkpoints that stop only on the basis of vehicle type, such as motorcycles, except for trucks. The final version includes DWI courts in Jackson county and changes in court transcript fees. Vetoed by the governor on a technicality involving duplicate bills being passed on the same subject.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: SB 77
    Sponsor: Lamping, John
    Description: Expand an exemption of neighborhood youth development programs from having to meet child care licensing requirements. Include in the exemptions a nationally federated organization providing training in an "all-female environment." Vetoed by the governor. His veto message said the bill would provide an exemption for just one organization, Girls Incorporated of St. Louis.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: HCS SCS SB 182
    Sponsor: Kehoe, Mike
    Description: Impose a sales tax on a vehicle or boat that is registered with the Revenue Department, regardless where the sale took place. Base the local sales tax on the purchaser's residence. The governor vetoed a similar bill, HB 1329, in 2012 that had been passed in response to a state Supreme Court decision striking down imposing a sales tax at the time of registration on vehicles sold privately or out of state.

    See: 
  • House roll call - HCS SCS SB 182 (04/03/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to impose a sales tax on motor vehicle purchases made out of state or from a non-dealer seller.
  • Senate roll call - HCS SCS SB 182 (04/03/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to impose a sales tax on motor vehicle purchases made out of state or from a non-dealer seller.
  • Senate roll call - SCS SB 182 (02/18/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to reimpose a tax on persons who purchase cars outside the state of Missouri or from persons other than auto dealers.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: CCS SB 224
    Sponsor: Curls, Kiki
    Description: Raise the maximum salary for the Kansas City police. Allow court review of Kansas City Police Commission disciplinary actions of of suspension or reduction in rank. Current law prohibits court review. The final version covers St. Louis police retirement, making it a crime to present a false ID on a gambling boat and criminal non-support. The governor's veto message claime the bill would reduced the penalty for a false ID.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: SCS SB 240
    Sponsor: Lager, Brad
    Description: Let a natural gas company charge customers to recover 90 percent of net write-offs. Increase the size of an infrastructure system replacement surcharge the Public Service Commission can approve for a gas company. The governor's veto letter cited a provision expanding bad-debth collection powers of gas companies and another provision expanding from three to five years how long a gas utility can charge customers an infrastructure system replacement surcharge.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: SB 265
    Sponsor: Nieves, Brian
    Description: Prohibit state agencies and local governments from implementing any policy that deliberately or inadvertently infringes on private property rights. Ban support of a specific United Nations policy.

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  • House roll call - SB 265 (09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill banning support of a United Nations policy or any policy infringing on private property rights.
  • Senate roll call - SB 265 (09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill banning support of a United Nations policy or any policy infringing on private property rights.
  • Senate roll call - SB 265 (04/04/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to prohibit state or local governments from implement any policy that infringes on property rights.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: SS SB 267
    Sponsor: Nieves, Brian
    Description: Prohibit court rulings or contracts based on any foreign law, legal code of system that does not grant the same rights as granted by the U.S. and state constitutions.

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  • House roll call - SS SB 267(09/11/2013): Defeat of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to prohibit court rulings or contracts based on foreign law, in some circumstances.
  • Senate roll call - SS SB 267(09/11/2013): Adoption of a motion to override the governor's veto of a bill to prohibit court rulings or contracts based on foreign law, in some circumstances.
  • Senate roll call - SS SB 267 (04/11/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to restrict Missouri courts from basing decisions on foreign laws or enforcing foreign court decisions.
  • Official legislative description and status
  • Bill: CCS SB 342
    Sponsor: Parson, Mike
    Description: Let a foreign interest own up to one percent of Missouri farmland, changing a current law banning any ownership interest. The original bill was to just raise from $40,000 to $100,000 the maximum livestock feed or crop seed that the Agriculture and Small Business Development Authority can make. The final CCS includes a number of other unrelated issues including liquified petroleum gas regulations, gas taxes, MU extension taxing districts, an Agriculture Department website, water regulations and more.
    See: Official legislative description and status

    Bill: SB 350
    Sponsor: Dempsey, Tom
    Description: Repeal the property tax credit provided for lower income elderly and disabled renters. Legislative staff estimate it would save the state $57 million per year in tax credits to elderly and disabled.

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  • House roll call - SB 350 (05/09/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to eliminate a tax break for lower income elderly and disabled renters
  • Senate roll call - SB 350 (04/02/2013): 3rd reading of a bill to eliminate a tax break for lower income elderly and disabled renters.
  • Official legislative description and status


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