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House Committee Meetings
As of (02/18/2018) at 11:12 AM

Committee:Elementary and Secondary Education
Chair:Swan, Kathryn - (Rep-147)
Vice Chair:Roeber, Rebecca - (Rep-34)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HB 1385 - Spencer, Bryan
Require a notation on a high school diploma if a student scored above the national average on one of a variety of assessment tests.
HB 1435 - Sommer, Chrissy
Require a school district to have programs for gifted children if there are "a sufficient number of children determined to be gifted and their development requires programs...beyond the level of those ordinarily provided."
HB 2137 - Matthiesen, Mark
Require reimbursement of teachers who purchase supplies to facilitate creative learning, subject to state funding.
HB 1569 - Christofanelli, Phil
Provide a five day school excused absence right for a public school student whose parent is on military leave from a combat posting, has been called up for duty for combat posting or has returned from combat poting.
HB 1899 - Swan, Kathy
Establish a school-community partnership fund to finance grants to public and charter schools to use community resources for students, subject to appropriations.
HB 1664 - Swan, Kathy
Include school-attendance numbers that a school reports to the state for state funds to include children who are in an early childhood education program provided by an an outside entity that the district had contracted to provide the services.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1573 - Rowland, Lyle
Effectively, give public schools flexibility to determine how many school days it must have in a year. Repeal the minimum number of actual days of class a school must have to get its full share of state funds. Instead, impose the same minimum number of attendance hours required -- 1,054.
HB 2200 - Rhoads, Shawn
Add various requirements and restrictions on charter schools. Allow new charters to be sponsored only by public school districts. Require charters provide transportation for students. Repeal provisions allowing non-certified teachers.

Committee:Rules - Administrative Oversight
Chair:Barnes, Jay - (Rep-60)
Vice Chair:Sommer, Chrissy - (Rep-106)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1265 - Schroer, Nick
Require a political candidate's declaration use the candidate's legal last name.
HCS HB 1357 - Kelley, Mike
Provide a tax credit for persons getting the federal earned income tax credit for lower and middle income taxpayers.
HCS HB 1358 - Davis, Charlie
Restrict when an employer can require an employee to disclose a computer user ID or password to access private accounts. Impose similar restrictions on schools seeking access information to student accounts.
HCS HB 1388 - Gregory, David
Add mixed martial arts amateur kickboxing under athletic contests regulated by the Division of Professional Registration.
HB 1419 - Haefner, Marsha
Require two hours of suicide assessment and treatment for obtaining various medical licenses.
HCS HB 1457 - Lauer, Jeanie
Require every school district to offer a course on computer programming.
HB 1613 - Kelley, Mike
Provide an option for a driver to have included on a driving license a medical alert notation that the person is carrying an emergency medical card.
HB 1629 - Evans, Jean
Include a doctoral degree program accredited by the Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System to meet the degree requirements to get a license as a psychologist.
HB 1646 - Eggleston, J.
Various other changes in brush control powers of counties. Include brush interfering with traffic as part of the county's responsibility. Make the costs for clearing brush on private property part of the property part of the property tax assessment. Current law makes it a lien on the property.
HB 1662 - Swan, Kathy
Allow emergency medical technicians licensed in other states to practice in Missouri if the state is a member of a compact recognizing other state licenses.
HB 1673 - Kendrick, Kip
Require government pension plans provide financial information to participants including accrued contributions by a participant and when the participant is eligible for normal retirement benefits.
HB 1874 - Taylor, Jered
Require products sold in the state Capitol be made in the United States.
HCS HB 1895 - Neely, Jim
Exempt a death occuring in a licensed hospice care facility from the requirement for a corner investigation if the death is certified by the treating physician.
HCS HB 1928 - Ross, Robert
Seeks to impose requirements on the legislature for bills involving professional license regulation. Require a review of several factors for every licensing bill introduced.
HCS HB 1947 - Alferman, Justin
Lower the size of the public vote required in 4th class cities to sell city-owned public utility property to a simple majority for water or wastewater facilities. Other utility service properties would still require a two-third's majority for a sale.
HB 1953 - Neely, Jim
Require the Health Department develop information about how to register to donate bone marrow for transplant and
HCS HB 2088 - Frederick, Keith
Remove trade secret protection and other circumstances under which an employment contract clause to not compete is enforceable.
HCS HB 2116 - Ross, Robert
Exempt jet boats from a requirement that boats have gunwales, seat backs and adeuate guards or railings.
HB 2122 - Engler, Kevin
Various provisions dealing with motor vehicle dealers. Raise from six to 24 the number of vehicle sales to get a license. Raise the bond requirement. Require a license application where the applicant can be reached during business hours.
HCS HB 2140 - Haefner, Marsha
Expand an exemption from Office of Administration approval requirement for state agencies to purchase supplies through a vendor authorized by the federal General Services Administration.
HCS HB 2210 - Christofanelli, Phil
Require school districts put on their websites detailed budget information including salaries, fringe benefits and association dues. Require a district report to the Education Department zper-pupil costs of virtual education costs and vendors.
HB 2231 - Ross, Robert
Repeal a requirement for three letters of reference to be licensed as a land surveyor.
HB 2238 - Mathews, Kirk
Establish a program for grants to nonprofit organizations to design demonstration projects involving faimlies in generational child welfare, recidivism of drug addicts, addicted pregnant women and residential treatment children with behavioral issues.
HCS HB 2239 - Adams, Joe
Various changes in licensing of electrical contractors approved in 2017. Prohibit local government requiring an business or occupational license from a state licensed electrical contractor. Require passage of a test by an agency not affiliated with the state. Require proof of insurance.

Committee:Special Committee on Urban Issues
Chair:Curtis, Courtney Allen - (Rep-73)
Vice Chair:Stacy, Dan - (Rep-31)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1321 - Roberts, Steve
Require the National Guard to establish program of military for at-rish high school youth. Current law simply provides the National Guard "may" rather than "shall" establish the program.

Committee:Special Committee to Improve the Care and Well-being of Young People
Chair:Neely, Jim - (Rep-8)
Vice Chair:Toalson Reisch, Cheri - (Rep-44)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:12:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:This hearing will include a work session for HCB 11
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1875 - Taylor, Jered
Make it a crime for a pregnant woman to consume, inhale, inject or ingest an illegal drug.
HCB 11 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Neely, Jim (Rep-008)
Modifies provisions relating to persons under protective custody
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1713 - Phillips, Don
Change provisions for access to an adopted persons original birth certificate. Give descendants of a deceased adopted person access to the original birth certificate. Let an adoptee change contact information. Current law limits the right to change contact information to the birth parent.
HB 1714 - Phillips, Don
Expand who can seek court approval for access to biological parent information of an adopted person to include the biological parent, grand parent or adult sibling.
HB 1944 - Anderson, Sonya
Require the Highway Patrol to provide ongoing criminal history electronic updates of foster parents.

Committee:Ways and Means
Chair:Curtman, Paul - (Rep-109)
Vice Chair:Eggleston, J. - (Rep-2)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:1:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 2115 - Bernskoetter, Mike
Exempt from income taxation funds held in one tax-exempt higher education savings fund that are transferred to another type of tax-exempt higher education savings fund.
HB 2255 - Korman, Bart
Let a business that hires as an intern a college student majoring in science, technology, math or engineering education have up to $10,000 of its tax liability transferred to a state program supporting such internships.

Committee:Fiscal Review
Chair:Haefner, Marsha - (Rep-95)
Vice Chair:Smith, Cody - (Rep-163)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:1:30 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCS HB 1288 - Engler, Kevin
Extend the sunset of tax credits for contributions to pregnancy resource centers.
HCS HB 1606 - Gannon, Elaine
Require the Education Department subsidize the costs for the first time a person takes a high school equivalence degree test, subject to appropriations. Also provide applicants with the opportunity to submit contact information for college and career placement.
HCS HB 1796 - Ruth, Becky
Provide an income tax deduction for contributions to a fund to purchase a home for the first time.

Committee:Special Committee on Litigation Reform
Chair:Lant, Bill - (Rep-159)
Vice Chair:White, Bill - (Rep-161)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:2:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1684 - DeGroot, Bruce
Impose some restrictions on damages awarded in a wrongful death lawsuit involving the death of a minor. Allow damages to be offset by costs saved by not having to support or educate the deceased. Establish a rebuttable presumption that a deceased person under age 18 had no earning capacity.

Committee:Rules - Legislative Oversight
Chair:Rhoads, Shawn - (Rep-154)
Vice Chair:Houx, Dan - (Rep-54)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:2:30 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1250 - Plocher, Dean
Establish a system by which a fiduciary or trustee can access assets digitally and, if authorized, exercise control over the assets.
HCS HB 1729 - Justus, Jeffery
Repeal various laws requiring prevailing wage rates for workers of companies working on local government contracts. The prevailing wage law requires contractors pay their workers a minimum wage.
HCS HB 1611 - Trent, Curtis
Impose a ten-year deadline after purchase or lease to bring a lawsuit for damages caused by a defective or unsafe product.
HCS HB 2079 - Houx, Dan
Impose a $1 death certificate fee for a fund for coroner training fund. Let the Health Department not attest to the accuracy of a death certificate from a coroner who did not fulfill a training requirement.
HB 2102 - Rhoads, Shawn
Include sawmills under the definition as agricultural property that are exempt from some local zoning provisions.
HCS HB 2104 - Frederick, Keith
Require a warrant to use a device that capitures cell phone calls within an area, like Stingray. Require the warrant request cite a specific number and person. Make unlawful use of a cell-site simulator a felony crime.
HCS HB 2119 - Mathews, Kirk
Restrict punitive damage awards in lawsuits against an employer or other. Prohibit including a punitive damage claim in the initial pleading. Require a judge's approval to include a punitive damage claim./

Committee:Pensions
Chair:Walker, Nate - (Rep-3)
Vice Chair:Pike, Patricia - (Rep-126)
Date:Monday, February 19, 2018
Time:5:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:upon evening adjournment
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 2335 - Black, Rusty
Change provisions defining how much pay a retired teacher can get for part-time employment in a public school without being ineligible for receiving retirement benefits if the position does not require teacher certification.
HB 2322 - Walker, Nate
Various changes in the prosecuting attorney retirement system. Require a contribution. Require a lump sum if someone leaves the system.



Hearing Date Tuesday, February 20, 2018
***Amended***
Committee:Children and Families
Chair:Franklin, Diane - (Rep-123)
Vice Chair:Neely, Jim - (Rep-8)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:Removed HB 2234 Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HB 2407 - Ruth, Becky
Establish in the Medicaid agency an advisory council on rare diseases and personalized Medicine.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 2249 - Wood, David
Expand requirements for criminal background checks of child service provider staff and volunteers. Include in the requirements centers exempt from licensing, such as religious-affiliated centers.

Committee:General Laws
Chair:Cornejo, Robert - (Rep-64)
Vice Chair:Mathews, Kirk - (Rep-110)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Due to anticipated high turnout, and out of respect for everyone's time, testimony will be strictly limited to three (3) minutes per witness.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1256 - Schroer, Nick
Prohibit requiring electronic firearm tracking, with some exceptions, such as under a warrant or for a person under parole or probation.
HB 1326 - Roberts, Steve
Authorize an income tax deduction of up to $500 for firearm training
HB 1382 - Miller, Rocky
Repeal a ban on concealed weapons in a place of religious worship.
HB 1865 - Hill, Justin
Prohibit a property owner from refusing to allow a firearm to be parked on the property or be transported on the owners property if in a locked vehicle.
HB 1936 - Taylor, Jered
Add various places where a concealed weapon is prohibited including school buses, police stations, airports, the legislature, etc. Repeal a prohibition of carrying a firearm into a church or election precinct.
HB 1937 - Taylor, Jered
Prohibit local government from prohibiting or regulating open carrying of fire arms.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1510 - Cross, Gary
Prohibit a city or county adopting an ordinance that allows periodic interior inspections of residential property without the occupant's consent.
HB 1651 - Cornejo, Robert
Allow web-based notification rather than newspaper advertising notice prior to the foreclosure sale of real estate.
HB 1795 - Bernskoetter, Mike
Various changes in the state's merit system providing job protections for state government workers. Allow one-time incentive payments. Give veterans a higher priority.
HB 1870 - Barnes, Jay
Allow a hospital patient to keep after discharge medications provided in multidose containers.
HB 2155 - Schroer, Nick
Let persons at least 18 years of age, rather than 21 unload shipments of liquor to retail stores if supervised by the vehicle driver who is at least 21 years old.
HB 2179 - Richardson, Todd
Prohibit any government agency entering into a contract with a business that is participating in a boycott of Israel.

Committee:Judiciary
Chair:Corlew, Kevin - (Rep-14)
Vice Chair:DeGroot, Bruce - (Rep-101)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon evening adjournment whichever is later
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:Witness testimony will be limited to 3 minutes unless cleared with the Chair.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1255 - Schroer, Nick
Raise the age for juvenile court jurisdiction from under 17 years to under 18 years of age. Also require a juvenile be tried in a juvenile court unless certified as an adult. Other changes involving juvenile court matters.
HB 2101 - Beard, Nathan
Exclude guardian ad litem fees from being waived from costs in a civil case involving a party represented by legal services or other non-profit organization in some cases.
HB 1681 - Chipman, Jason
Include municipal offenses among the issues that can be raised in a court case to question a witness's credibility.
HB 1509 - Cross, Gary
Require that a former evicted tenant have written permission from the landlord to enter the premises in the future.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1353 - Beard, Nathan
Allow a court to order visitation rights by a parent of a minor for whom a guardian had been appointed.
HB 1491 - Kelley, Mike
Expand the provisions under which a court can terminate parental rights including murder or injury of another child of the parent. Require the Children's Services Division to seek to make permanency of placement the goal of a child whose parents have lost parental rights.
HB 1689 - Kelley, Mike
Various provisions involving transfer of guardianship.
HB 1463 - Kelley, Mike
Add provisions for a guardian to fire motions involving a incapacitated person in a family law proceeding.

Committee:Subcommittee on Short Term Financial Transactions
Chair:Helms, Steve - (Rep-135)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:1:00 PM or upon adjournment of the Financial Institutions Committee (whichever is earlier)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Public testimony will be heard from the short-term lending community, consumers and the banking industry.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

***Amended***
Committee:Crime Prevention and Public Safety
Chair:Phillips, Don - (Rep-138)
Vice Chair:Hill, Justin - (Rep-108)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note: Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1483 - Kelley, Mike
Require a sex offender be advised at the time of court adjudication that the offender must register as a sex offender. Current law requires the notice only at the time of discharge.
HB 2087 - Higdon, Galen
Require suspension of an intermediate (training) driving license for a person under age 18 years if the driver is cited for a high-risk traffic incident.
HCR 60 -- FALUN GONG
Sponsor: Morris, Lynn (Rep-140)
Urges the United States government to condemn the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners
HB 2259 - Lichtenegger, Donna
Require the attorney general to establish a system for electronic tracking of evidence acquired from sexual offense forensic examination kits.
HB 1739 - Smith, Cody
Give a court authority to depart from a minimum sentence requirement for some crimes.

Committee:Economic Development
Chair:Rehder, Holly - (Rep-148)
Vice Chair:Pietzman, Randy - (Rep-41)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HB 1609 - Engler, Kevin
Authorize the Economic Deevelopment Department and Office of Administration, as well "any other public body" to appropriate funds to aid improvement, construction and land clearance projects for tourism facilities in St. Louis city.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1577 - Wiemann, John
Require annual elections by government workers for a labor union to be authorized to represent them. Require labor unions to file annual reports including financial information with the state. Make the reports public records available to the public. Impose additional requirements on elections for employees to authorize a union to represent them.

***Amended***
Committee:Veterans
Chair:Davis, Charlie - (Rep-162)
Vice Chair:Wilson, Kenneth - (Rep-12)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note: Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HB 2339 - Lynch, Steve
Establish grants for local community assistance serving military residents and to deal with military base closures.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCS HB 1503 - Dohrman, Dean
Establish a program by which the Economic Development Department could provide guarantees for loans to veteran-owned small businesses.

Committee:Consent and House Procedure
Chair:Pfautsch, Donna - (Rep-33)
Vice Chair:Muntzel, Dave - (Rep-48)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:8:30 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1442 - Alferman, Justin
Impose a 60-day deadline for the governor to fill a county commission vacancy and make the appointment subject to Senate confirmation.
HB 2196 - Tate, Nate
Declare the second Wednesday in May as "Celiac Awareness Day."
HB 2187 - Walker, Nate
Name a portion of Highway 63 in Adair County the "Bluegrass Queen Rhonda Vincent Highway."
HCS HCR 66 -- REMOVAL OF TERMS FROM LITERATURE
Sponsor: Carpenter, Jon (Rep-015)
Instructs state agencies and departments to remove the terms "Oriental" from all literature by 2020.
HB 1968 - Grier, Derek
Designate the "Show Me" tartan as the state's official tartan.
HB 1469 - Davis, Charlie
Change the name of the "Missouri Reserve Military Force" to the "Missouri Reserve Military Force."

Committee:Special Committee on Employment Security
Chair:Brown, Wanda - (Rep-57)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:8:45 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1799 - DeGroot, Bruce
Expand provisions for website publication of Workers' Compensation notices by the division and by insurance carriers.
HB 2438 - Remole, Tim
Expand an exemption from Workers' Compensation coverage of workers for some non-profit organizations to include the organization's board members. Workers' Compensation covers medical costs and losses for workers injured on the job.

***Corrected***
Committee:Financial Institutions
Chair:Fraker, Lyndall - (Rep-137)
Vice Chair:Shaul, Dan - (Rep-113)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:12:00 PM or upon conclusion of morning session (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note: Corrected
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 2419 - Fitzpatrick, Scott
Authorize the Public Sevice Commission to float bonds to reduce electric rates by reducing the costs charged customers for the costs of financing tirement of unused electric generating facilities.

***Amended***
Committee:Government Efficiency
Chair:Johnson, Delus - (Rep-9)
Vice Chair:Matthiesen, Mark - (Rep-70)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:12:00 PM or upon morning adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Added HB 1486 for continued hearing. HB 1289 removed Amended
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1565 - Christofanelli, Phil
Implement a constitutional amendment that would require a statewide ballot measure receive a 60 percent majority rather than a simple majority to be approved.
HB 2211 - Kidd, Bill
Require any government agency report in electronic format to the Office of Administration notice of any public meeting no later than 24 hours before the meeting. Require OA to maintain on an OA website the information in a searchable format.
HB 1644 - Sommer, Chrissy
Require state agencies to post on their websites all the information the agency publishes in physical format. Require agencies to have online methods to file applications and submit payments.
HB 1486 - Kelly, Hannah
Require Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program recipients to have a job or meet other work-related requirments.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1576 - Wiemann, John
Restrict state agencies from implementing any standard or requirement for an agency license unless the requirement is permitted by statute or by rule.
HB 1443 - Eggleston, J.
Prohibit the use of welfare benefit cards at ATM machines for cash. Expand prohibitions on using benefit cards for purchase of items such as porn, alcohol and tobacco.

Committee:Insurance Policy
Chair:Engler, Kevin - (Rep-116)
Vice Chair:Wiemann, John - (Rep-103)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:12:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1542 - Morris, Lynn
Prohibit a pharmacy coverage plan from charging a copay higher than what the person would pay if the person was not using the health plan to cover the cost.
HB 2270 - Tate, Nate
Repeal a requirement that an auto insurance policy renewal not reduce the types or limits of the coverage. Require an insurance company notify an insured person within 15 days of a reduction in auto insurance coverage.

Committee:Subcommittee on Appropriations - Health, Mental Health, and Social Services
Chair:Wood, David - (Rep-58)
Vice Chair:Smith, Cody - (Rep-163)
Date:Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Time:12:00 PM or upon conclusion of morning session (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 3
Note:Appropriation Subcommittee Markup
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.



Hearing Date Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Committee:Elections and Elected Officials
Chair:Shumake, Lindell - (Rep-5)
Vice Chair:Shaul, Dan - (Rep-113)
Date:Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon afternoon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1423 - Roeber, Rebecca
Expand the restrictions for local government spending money to support or opposed a ballot issue to include measures before the legislature. Also increase the penalties.
HB 1857 - Shaul, Dan
Various election law changes including expanding state funding of local election costs, prohibit removing a candidate's name from the ballot less than eight weeks before the election, change the absentee ballot deadline from one to two weeks before the election and much more.
HB 1347 - Shumake, Lindell
Repeal a requirement that the attorney general reside in Jefferson City.
HB 2144 - Marshall, Nick
Let the state attorney general live outside of Jefferson City. The current attorney general resides in Columbia rather than "at the seat of government" as required by current law.
HR 4891 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Conway, Pat (Rep-010)
Urges the United States Congress and the State of Missouri to move the celebration of Veterans Day to coincide with Election Day in even numbered years

Committee:Transportation
Chair:Reiboldt, Bill - (Rep-160)
Vice Chair:Ruth, Becky - (Rep-114)
Date:Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:We will go into Executive Session first, all members please try to be there. We will adjourn at 9:30.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.

HB 2318 - Marshall, Nick
Designate a portion of Highway 92 in Platt County the "Deputy Edward Culver Memorial Highway."
HB 2330 - Beck, Doug
Name a portion of HIghway 30 in St. Louis County the "Officer Blake Snyder Memorial Highway."
HB 2347 - Davis, Charlie
Name a portion of I44 in Green County the "Captain Aaron J. Eidem Memorial Highway."
HB 2368 - Bangert, Gretchen
Change the payment date for annual registration fees for recreational trailers from December to May.
HJR 75 - Messenger, Jeffrey
Earmark an overweight fee on garbage trucks to a farm to market fund for, presumably, rural roads. The amendment would authorize the legislature to adopt the overweight fee.
HB 2180 - Kolkmeyer, Glen
Expand the requirements for records that must be maintained about a salvage or junked motor vehicle. Require the records be in electronic format and include the name of the purchaser, a copy of government-issued id, and information about the vehicle's seller.
HB 2268 - Reiboldt, Bill
Repeal a long list of information the Transportation Department must provide to the governor and lieutenant governor each year. Instead, just require three summary reports from the department.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 2274 - Haefner, Marsha
Give the Missouri DeMolay right to submit to the Revenue Department for approval the design for the DeMolay special license plate.
HB 1983 - Ellebracht, Mark
Exempt any person, regardless of age, who provides a physician's statement of permanent disability for a disabled auto license plate from having to provide another statement for renewal of the license plate.
HB 2277 - Shaul, Dan
Exempt any person, regardless of age, who provides a physician's statement of permanent disability for a disabled auto license plate from having to provide another statement for renewal of the license plate. v
HB 2153 - Korman, Bart
Create an emergency bridge repair and replacement fund, subject to appropriations.
HB 2080 - Baringer, Donna
Require a temporary permit for a motor vehicle be returned to the Revenue Department when the regular license plate is provided.
HB 2286 - Kelly, Hannah
Expand the definition of local log trucks exempt from a truck-weight restriction.

Committee:Subcommittee on Appropriations - Agriculture, Conservation, Natural Resources, and Economic Development
Chair:Redmon, Craig - (Rep-4)
Vice Chair:Spencer, Bryan - (Rep-63)
Date:Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time:12:00 PM or upon conclusion of morning session (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Appropriation Subcommittee Markup
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.



Hearing Date Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Committee:Special Committee on Tourism
Chair:Justus, Jeffery - (Rep-156)
Vice Chair:Gannon, Elaine - (Rep-115)
Date:Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note:The Missouri Division of Tourism will present their Annual Report.
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.



Hearing Date Monday, March 5, 2018
Committee:Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement
Chair:Schaaf, Rob - (Sen-34)
Vice Chair:Walker, Nate - (Rep-3)
Date:Monday, March 5, 2018
Time:3:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:1st Quarter Meeting Presentation of 2018 Annual Report
Executive session may be held on any matter referred to the committee.


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