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House Committee Meetings
As of (03/05/2021) at 05:10 PM

Hearing Date Monday, March 8, 2021
***Amended***
Committee:Crime Prevention
Chair:Lane Roberts (161)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:12:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 3
Note:Removed HB 231. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 499 - Schroer, Nick
Establish additional rights for police officers under investigation for disciplinary action. Require a sworn affidavit of the complaint. Give the police officer the right to have an attorney present during questioning.
HB 1321 - Copeland, Ron
Create a commission on violent crme.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1088 - Hovis, Barry
Establish a task force on multijurisdictional law enforcement data sharing.
HB 313 - Bromley, Bob
Require a person convicted of drunken driving complete a victim impact program approved by the court.

Committee:Health and Mental Health Policy
Chair:Mike Stephens (128)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:12:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 398 - Wallingford, Wayne
Requ;ire hospitals to adopt workplace violence prevention plans covering violence against a hospital staffer by a patient.
HCR 6 -- OPIOID AND HEROIN AWARENESS
Sponsor: Stevens, Martha (Rep-046)
Designates September of each year as "Opioid and Heroin Awareness Month."
HB 1002 - Wallingford, Wayne
Include in heath care plan coverage requirements prepaid dental coverage.
HB 632 - Roberts, Lane
Require state registration for an end-of-lif care home. Impose requirements and give the Health Department oversight powers.

Committee:Higher Education
Chair:Brenda Shields (11)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:12:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed live and links may be found online at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 682 - Chipman, Jason
Prohibit public higher education institutions from requiring students to live in campus housing, except first-year fresmen students.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 355 - Baker, Ben
Require the Higher Education Dept collect and both private and public higher education institutions provide information to prospective students including rankings assigned by systems of instituitonal accountability, average academic costs, employment potential and job placement of students.

***Corrected***
Committee:Budget
Chair:Cody Smith (163)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:12:30 P.M.
Location:Joint Hearing Room (117)
Note:Department of Health and Senior Services testimony concerning the state's medical marijuana program and funding. Testimony from the Department of Social Services relating to residential foster care.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1236 - Smith, Cody
Create a separate fund for federal economic stimulus money.

Committee:Workforce Development
Chair:Mike Henderson (117)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:1:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol Building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 115 - Walsh Moore, Bridget
Impose additional requirements on agencies that have programs providing employment-related serves for persons with disabilities.
HB 1178 - Riggs, Louis
Establish a task force on state government employees who work at home.

***Amended***
Committee:Children and Families
Chair:Mary Elizabeth Coleman (97)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:2:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 3
Note:Removed HB 673. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol Building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

HB 33 - Pollock, Suzie
Prohibit medical providers from gender reassignment procedures of minors under 18 years of age. Make violation grounds for a medical license termination.

***Corrected***
Committee:Economic Development
Chair:Derek Grier (100)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:2:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:Please note: Room Change procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 214 - Hill, Justin
Exclude an independent contractor from the definition of an employee under various laws governing employees, if various conditions are met.
HB>1202 -- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Sponsor: Fitzwater, Travis (Rep-049)
Changes the laws regarding linked deposits, home-based businesses, taxation, non-compete agreements, and the Department of Economic Development

Committee:Joint Committee on Legislative Research
Chair:
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:2:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:Organizational Meeting. Some portions of the meeting may be closed pursuant to Section 610.021(3) procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Committee:Legislative Review
Chair:Dan Houx (54)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:2:00 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 432 - Kelly, Hannah
Establish system for matching Health Department birth records with Social Services Department records of parental rights termination or some child-abuse convictions. Assigned to H Legislative Review that keeps it on the Perfection Calendar but prevents a House vote until cleared by H Legislative Review.

Committee:Rules - Administrative Oversight
Chair:J. Eggleston (2)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:3:45 P.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCS HB 29 - Walsh, Sara
Require the salaires of various local government retirement system employees be included in the Missouri Accountability Portal, a website operated by the state Office of Administration.
HB 143 - DeGroot, Bruce
Include the St. Louis circuit court in a law allowing a $15 fee in a court case to fund a law library.
HCS HB 394 - Reedy, Rodger
Allow the cities of Lincoln and Clinton to adopt a sales tax for public safety, upon voter approval.
HCS HB 443 - Kalberloh, Jim
Allow a cemetery use it principle funds for maintenance of the cemetery if the cemetery's trust fund is not sufficient, with approval of the county commission.
* CS HB 472 - Griesheimer, Aaron
Require that vote tabulating software be developed, owned and maintained by a business registered in the U.S. and be owned by a U.S. citizen and have it's principal place of business in the U.S.
HCS HB 66 - Pike, Patricia
Extend a property tax break for historic vehicles and aircraft older than 24 years to those operating less than 100 hours per year. Current law limits the tax break to those operating less than 50 hours per year.
HCS#2> HB 69 -- THEFT OF COPPER
Sponsor: Billington, Hardy (Rep-152)
Changes the law regarding the sale of metals
* HCS HB 738 - Rone, Don
Phase out use of paper ballots for voting. Prohibit use of electronic voting systems or automatic tabulating equipment. Require all votes be counted by hand. Let any candidate select poll watchers. Various other election law changes.
HB 850 - Wiemann, John
Prohibits any court from rewriting or editing the ballot description for an issue placed on the ballot by the legislature.
HB 928 - Thompson, Terry
Repeal a requirement for lenders to file a detailed report with the Division of Finance including the lender's financial condition, a profit and loss statement and a breakdown of loans by amount of the loan and garnishments, suits or judgements. Various other changes in financial institutions for website postings of information currently required in written form. Also would allow stockholder/director votes to be appear remotely.
HB 991 - Smith, Cody
Exempt from state income taxes any federal COVID-19 related economic impact payments.
HCS HJR 42 - Griesheimer, Aaron
Change the prohibition on serving no more than eight years in a legislative chamber. Allow up to 12 years total legislative service regardless of the chamber of service.

Committee:Rules - Legislative Oversight
Chair:Phil Christofanelli (105)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:upon adjournment
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 239 - Porter, Jeff
Enact provisions for insurance companies to offer reinsurance of an existing policy for part of an insurance firm's credit.
HB 317 - Toalson Reisch, Cheri
Establish reemployment rights for a member of Missouri Task Force One who concludes an active duty assignment with the task force.
HB 353 - Henderson, Mike
Give a recipient of workers' compensation benefits the right to request to receive payments by electronic transfer. Workers' comp. provides coverage for medical costs of a worker injured on the job.
HCS HB 369 - Taylor, Jered
Prohibit a damage awards against a property owner for damages or smoke caused by deliberate burn on the property to control vegetation unless the negligence is proven.
HB 391 - Griffith, Dave
Classify National Guard members as state employees when operating state-owned vehicles for state business, unless called into active federal military service.
HCS HB 475 - Grier, Derek
Exempt from requirements to be a licensed dietitian providing free literature or providing individualized services.
HB 542 - Shields, Brenda
Have Missouri enter a multi-state compact on occupational therapist licensing.
HCS HB 519 - Knight, Jeff
Provide an liability exemption for the owner of residential land that adjoins a park or trail.
HCS HB 602 - Grier, Derek
Impose limits on state and local emergency order. Require legislative approval after seven days, if it is in session.
HCS HB 829 - Roden, Shane
Require the Transportation to post a link on its website of biographical information of persons named for memorial highway segments. Name a portion of Highway T in Franklin County the "Medal of Honor PVT George Phillips Memorial Highway."
HCS HB 944 - Reedy, Rodger
Exclude from the crime of discharging a firearm from a vehicle if the vehicle is on on private property and the purose was to protect lifestock.
HCS HB 1016 - Griesheimer, Aaron
Prohibit an ambulance district board member from running for reelection if the member failed to attend a training session in the past 12 months, until the member takes meets the training requirement.

Committee:General Laws
Chair:Curtis Trent (133)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 402 - Mosley, Jay
Prohibit the state Lottery and its contractors from disclosing the name or other identifying information of a lottery winner.
HB 1162 - Trent, Curtis
Expand requirements for public schools to maintain confidentiality of student information.
HCR 36 -- ARTICLE V CONVENTION
Sponsor: Basye, Chuck (Rep-047)
Calls for an Article V convention for the purpose of amending the United States Constitution to establish term limits for members of Congress
HB 1127 - Hudson, Brad
Consolidate purchase of information technology products or services by departments into the Office of Administration.
HB 1165 - Riggs, Louis
Create a task force on welfare, social services.
HB 1212 - Francis, Rick
Create a joint legislative comittee on "Federal Government Oversight."
* HB 971 - Knight, Jeff
Impose additional requirements and restrictions on agents representing student athletes. Require parental signature for an agent to represent a minor. Require registration of agents
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 238 - Porter, Jeff
Allow a liquor wholesaler or manufacturer to donate distilled spirits to a charitable or religious organization. Current law limits the right to beer, wine or brandy.
HB 507 - Rone, Don
Expand where a nonfloating gambling boat can operate.
HCR 17 -- ARTICLE V CONVENTION
Sponsor: Trent, Curtis (Rep-133)
Calls for an Article V convention of the states to propose amendments to the United States Constitution placing limits on the federal government
* HB 473 - Hicks, Ron
Require a protection order by a judge also prohibit the respondent possess or purchase a firearm while the order is in effect.
* HB 217 - Perkins, Chad
Require Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program recipients to have a job or meet other work-related requirments, with exceptions. SNAP once was known as Food Stamps.
HB 795 - Schroer, Nick
Make it a crime to discharge a firearm within a municipality, with exceptions
HB 722 - Rowland, Rory
Make it a crime to discharge a firearm within a municipality, with exceptions.
HB 99 - Sharp, Mark
Prohibit discharge of a firearm in any municipality, with exceptions.
HB 633 - Roberts, Lane
Allow a county collector to provide a person a 12-month delay in paying property taxes.

Committee:Special Committee on Government Accountability
Chair:David Gregory (96)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 27 - Walsh, Sara
Expand the requirement for government bodies to post notice of a meeting to include posting on the government's website as well as social media.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
* HB 61 - Schnelting, Adam
Prohibit emergency orders from making "religious services impractical." COVID-19 related.
HB 746 - Baker, Ben
Prohibit state and local government from restricting religion during an emergency. COVID-19 related.
* HB 308 - Kelley, Ann
Exempt houses of worship from state or local health requirements on social distancing. Related to COVID-19.
HB 575 - Riley, Alex
Prohibit any public official from issuing an order limiting or prohibiting religious services or meetings, with exemptions. COVID-19 related.
HB 1030 - Taylor, Jered
Restrict any state or local agency from requiring a 501 (c) organization, such as PACs from disclosing donors.

***Amended***
Committee:Special Committee on Urban Issues
Chair:Raychel Proudie (73)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Added HB 424. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol Building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
* HB 282 - Bland Manlove, Ashley
Prohibit in public and private schools discrimination based on hair texture or hair styles such as braids. Reported out of the House Rules - Legis. on May 27
* HB 503 - Bosley, LaKeySha
Prohibit in public and private schools discrimination based on hair texture or hair styles such as braids.
HB 424 - Proudie, Raychel
nclude St. Louis County in a provision requiring a limited liability file a management-control person of any real property owned in the county.

Committee:Conservation and Natural Resources
Chair:Randy Pietzman (41)
Date:Monday, March 8, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later).
Location:House Hearing Room 3
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 140 - Pietzman, Randy
Require the Conservation Commission to provide a warning before imposing a penalty in the first two years of a new administrative rule imposing the penalty.
HB 564 - Dinkins, Chris
Create a separate fund for mining royalties collected on federal land and distribute to counties based on mineral royalty revenue.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 395 - Reedy, Rodger
Authorize the Natural Resources Department to acquire the Antioch Cemetery in Clinton and to maintain it as an historic cemetery.
HB 525 - Haden, Kent
Impose restrictions on the Natural Resources Department on limiting ammonia discharge. Require a "use attainability analysis" of state waters.
HB 1010 - Boggs, Mitch
Establish rights for a landowner to hunt on the landowner's property.
HJR 55 - Dinkins, Chris
Change the Conservation Commission member. Have eight members elected from each of the Conservation Department regions. Have one member nominated by the governor, but subject to Senate confirmation. Currently the Conservation Commission is composed of four members, all nominated by the governor and subject to Senate confirmation.

Hearing Date Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Committee:Elementary and Secondary Education
Chair:Chuck Basye (47)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:8:00 A.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

* HB 37 - Pollock, Suzie
Various provisions adding restrictions to required school immunization. Prohibit the Health Department including new immunizations for children without legislation. Let a child be exempt from a required immunization with evidence of acquired immunity. Limit required immunization to public schools, excluding private schools. Effectively would prohibit the Health Department from requiring student immunization for COVID-19.
HB 108 - Bangert, Gretchen
Require public schools to provide instruction in cursive written by the end of fifth grade.
* HB 442 - Basye, Chuck
Provide a tax credit for remote-learning costs of a child for either a private or public schools staring with when the governor signed his emergency executive order on COVID-19 and expiring in six years.
* HB 496 - Schroer, Nick
Provide a tax credit for the primary or secondary education tuition costs of a child who attends a private school or public school in the child's district.
HB 639 - Morse, Herman
Designate May 10th "School Bus Drivers' Appreciation Day."
HB 1314 - Bosley, LaKeySha
Prohibit in public and private schools discrimination based on hair texture or hair styles such as braids.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 320 - Fitzwater, Travis
Require public and charter high school offer at least one computer science course. Require a school to report the number, race and gender of students who enrolled in the course.
HB 494 - Hurlbert, Josh
Essentially require public schools to allow home-schooled students to participate in high school athletic teams and other extracurricular activities.
* HB 541 - Lewis, Ed
Require any public school performining in the bottom five percent of schools for any three years in a five-year period, as determined by the Education Department, be closed Require the Education department to publish on its website a list of schools performing in the bottom five percent for more than three years.
HB 1133 - Black, Rusty
Expand what can be counted as meeting teacher career plan requirements for higher salaries, including volunteer efforts.
HB 1071 - Shields, Brenda
Repeal the termination date of a pilot program for an early learning quality assurance report.

***Amended***
Committee:Agriculture Policy
Chair:Don Rone (149)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:8:30 A.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:Added HB 1296. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol Building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 594 - Mackey, Ian
Extend the sunset of a law allow Supplemental Nutritional Assistance benefits to be used to purchase food at farmers' markets in one urban and one rural area. SNAP once was known as Food Stamps.
HB 975 - Hovis, Barry
Give repair companies rights to obtain or purchase from a product manufacturer diagnostic tools and repair information, including service codes for agricultural or construction equipment.
HB 1296 - Andrews, Allen
Prohibit acquisition of agricultural land by a citizen of a country that prohibits an American citizen from acquisition of agricultural land.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 693 - Francis, Rick
Extend a tax credit for various agricultural activites from the end of 2021 to the end of 2027.
HB 1125 - Rone, Don
Expand licensing requirements for pesticide applicators. Restrict a pesticide technican from using or determining the need for a pesticde without a licensed pesticide technican is in the same location.

Committee:Public Safety
Chair:Shane Roden (111)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:9:00 A.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
* HB 874 - Davis, Michael
Require smaller towns in St. Louis County to abolish their police departments and contract for police services with a larger city or St. Louis County.
HB 1090 - Hovis, Barry
Include Conservation Department nature and education centers from areas in which various sex offenders are prohibiting from being within 500 feet.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 286 - Bland Manlove, Ashley
Allow a civil lawsuit against a police offical for various actions.
HB 290 - Roberts, Lane
Establish a separate crime of theft from a retail merchant through internet.
HB 291 - Roberts, Lane
Expand the crime of making a false report and making it a felony if it involves reporting a felony office or causes serious injuiry or death.
HB 553 - Hicks, Ron
Prohibit local government from requiring government employees from live within the government's jurisdiction. It exempts elected officials, Kansas City and St. Louis (for which there is a new law providing residency freedom for city police).

Committee:Special Committee on Redistricting
Chair:Dan Shaul (113)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:9:00 A.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Organizational meeting. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Committee:Corrections and Public Institutions
Chair:Andrew McDaniel (150)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:12:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed live and links may be found online at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 352 - Henderson, Mike
Shift unused prison canteen funds that currently go to a fund to benefit inmates to a fund dedicated to covering canteen costs. Expand use of the funds to include reentry services.
HB 469 - Dinkins, Chris
Authorize the Natural Resources to transfer a tract of land in Iron County to the Transportation Department.
HB 731 - Perkins, Chad
Authorize transfer of a tract of state property in Pike County to the Highways Department.
HB 1032 - Busick, Danny
Authorize the sale or transfer of state property in Kirksville to the Kirksville school district.
HB 1046 - Dinkins, Chris
Authorize the Natural Resources Department to sell or transfer department propery along the Eleven Point River in Oregon County.

Committee:Legislative Review
Chair:Dan Houx (54)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:12:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 3
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
* HB 533 - Knight, Jeff
Extend the hours a bar can remain open under a special licnese from midnight on Sunday to 6am Sunday and 1:30am Monday. Referred to Legislative Review. The bill remains on the perfection calander but can not be voted upon until clear by Legislative Review.
HB 152 - Rone, Don
Designate a portion of Road 321 in Pemiscot County the "Duane S Michie Memorial Highway." The House voted to refer the bill to H Legislative Review. Referral to that committee leaves the bill on the Perfection Calendar, but prevents action until cleared by the committee.

Committee:Veterans
Chair:Dave Griffith (60)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:4:30 PM or upon adjourment (whichever is later).
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Presentation by Alex Tuttle, Legislative Liaison for the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services and Lyndall Fraker, Medical Marijuana Section Director for the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 390 - Griffith, Dave
Establish a designation of a "purple heart school district" that provides services for military connected students.

Committee:Special Committee on Criminal Justice
Chair:Shamed Dogan (98)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:4:30 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

HB 38 - Windham, Kevin
Require at least one full-time invesigator in each congressional district for the Police Officer Standards and Training Commission.
* HB 460 - Dogan, Shamed
Strengthen various provisions involving racial profiling in traffic stops by police. Expand information that must be reported to the state about traffic stops. Require written or recorded consent for a search of the vehicle.
HB 750 - Lovasco, Tony
Restrict a prosecutor, state or local law enforcement agency from transferring to a federal agency seized property, with exceptions.
HB>1363 -- MEMORIAL HIGHWAY
Sponsor: Dogan, Shamed (Rep-098)
Designates the "David Dorn Memorial Highway" in the city of St. Louis
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 521 - Windham, Kevin
Require police give an arrested driver 48 hours to have a car removed before police can have the car towed.

***Amended***
Committee:Special Committee on Small Business
Chair:Nick Schroer (107)
Date:Tuesday, March 9, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:4:30 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:Added HB 779, HB 931 and HB 1408. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 914 - Falkner, Bill
Expand information required to be filed by limited liability companies regularly with the Secretary of State.
HB 1023 - Gregory, David
Increase the maximum fee a motor vehicle dealer can charge for administrative or clerical costs from less than $200 to less than $500.
HB 779 - Bailey, Dottie
Require a salary cut of the chief executive of a county if the county issues an order restricting business hours of a private business. COVID-19 related.
HB 931 - Schroer, Nick
Prohibit designating a franchise or franchise employee from being an employee of the business that entered into an agreement with the franchise, under some circumstances, for various labor programs and benefits.
HB>1408 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Plocher, Dean (Rep-089)
Specifies that fees for a business license are waived if the business is closed for sixty days due to a shutdown order

Hearing Date Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Committee:Children and Families
Chair:Mary Elizabeth Coleman (97)
Date:Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:8:00 A.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol Building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

HB 33 - Pollock, Suzie
Prohibit medical providers from gender reassignment procedures of minors under 18 years of age. Make violation grounds for a medical license termination.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 673 - Coleman, Mary
Various unrelated provisions dealing with children. Establish system for matching Health Department birth records with Social Services Department records of parental rights termination or some child-abuse convictions. Create a separate court for handling cases involving very young children. Establish system for matching Health Department birth records with Social Services Department records of parental rights termination or some child-abuse convictions. Repeal a restriction of a child adoption tax credit to cover just special needs children. And much more.

Committee:Elections and Elected Officials
Chair:Dan Shaul (113)
Date:Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:12:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later).
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the capitol building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 165 - Richey, Doug
Provide a recall petition process for county commissioners.
HB 196 - Ellebracht, Mark
Provide a recall petition process for county commissioners.
HB 324 - Young, Yolanda
Require at each voter polling location that there be at least one voting machine for visually impaired persons.
HB 423 - Proudie, Raychel
Require at each voter polling location that there be at least one voting machine for visually impaired persons.
HB 104 - Bangert, Gretchen
Authorize campaign committees to use credit cards for expenditures and to receive contributions by credit cards.

Committee:Financial Institutions
Chair:Rick Francis (145)
Date:Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:4:30 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note: procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol Building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 518 - Shaul, Dan
Restrict the ability of a person to enforce a negotiable instrument which has been lost to having had ownership of the instrument.
HB 734 - O'Donnell, Michael
Authorize the Public Service Commission to allow electric utilities to issue bonds for capital investment financed by electric rates.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 571 - Owen, Bill
Ease various requirements/restrictions on consumer loans.

Hearing Date Thursday, March 11, 2021
***Amended***
Committee:Local Government
Chair:Tom Hannegan (65)
Date:Thursday, March 11, 2021 - Upcoming
Time:8:30 A.M.
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:Added HCR 47. procedures will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic: All entrants to the Capitol Building may be required to submit to screening questions and physical screening. Members of the public must enter the building using the south entrance. Public seating in committees will be socially distanced and therefore limited. Committee hearings will be streamed. Links may be found at https://www.house.mo.gov.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 445 - McGirl, Mike
Allow a special road district to spent all of its revenue for grading and repairing roads within a city. Current law limits expenditure for such purposes to no more than one-fourt of the district's revenue.
HB 718 - Rowland, Rory
Require a county board of equalization to promptly issue a notification of a person lodging appeal "confirming that the appeal has been received."
HB 807 - McGirl, Mike
Restrict the circuit court presiding judge from having administrative authority over circuit clerks.
HB 1048 - Hurlbert, Josh
Add Smithville to towns that can seek voter approval for a sales tax for public safety.
HCR 47 -- HAZEL ERBY DAY
Sponsor: Dogan, Shamed (Rep-098)
Declares September 22, 2021 as "Hazel Erby Day"
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 382 - Kelley, Ann
Expand the purposes for which Lamar Heights can seek voter approval for a sales tax from capital improvements to "increasing general revenue funds.
HB 563 - Owen, Bill
Allow Springfield to establish a land bank agency. A land bank acquires donations of unused land and can sell the real estate.
HB 373 - Hannegan, Tom
Various provisions dealing with persons convicted of animal abuse. Require an evaluation by a mental health professional. Expand animal neglect to include "hoarding disorder" of having so many animals that it negatively impacts on the animals' health.

Check the Senate and House websites for information on COVID-19 procedures, requirements and access options.