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Senate Committee meetings
As of (04/18/2019) at 10:11 PM

Amended 1: 4/17/19 1:16 AM
Committee: Progress and Development, Senator Gina Walsh, Chairwoman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  8:00 AM
Room:  SCR 1
HCS HB 678 - Patterson, Jon
Exclude from guardianship or conservatorship funds held in an account established under a law for disabled persons.
Amended 1: Date changed of hearing from Wednesday, April 17, 2019 to Thursday, April 18, 2019.

Committee: Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety, Senator Doug Libla, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  8:20am
Room:  Senate Lounge
HB 584 - Knight, Jeff
Increase motor vehicle and driving license fees. The driving license fee would increase from $2.50 to $6.00. Legislative staff estimate the measure could generate up to $27 million in additional funds for state transportation.
SB 369 - Brown, Justin
Repeal a requirement to apply for a salvage title for purchase of a salvaged vehicle, but retain the requirement that the seller forward a salvage certificate of title.
HB 575 - Dohrman, Dean
Let a public or private higher education institution designate faculty and staff as campus protection officers who can carry concealed weapons, upon training. The perfected version would ban a public college/university from having a policy banning employees from carrying concealed weapons on campus. It also would authorize dual-credit scholarships for high school students taking community college courses in science, technology, engineering or math.

Committee: Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources, Senator Mike Bernskoetter, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  8:30 am
Room:  House Hearing Room 3
The University of Missouri Food and Agriculture Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) will be giving a legislative briefing on their agricultural economy baseline to the House Agriculture Policy Committee and the Senate Agriculture, Food Production and Outdoor Resources Committee.

Committee: Appropriations, Senator Dan Hegeman, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  8:30 a.m.
Room:  Rm 117A
HCS HB 1 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations to pay off state debts, primarily bonds.
HCS HB 2 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the Education Department and public schools.
HCS HB 3 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the Higher Education Department, public higher education institutions and student assistance programs.
HCS HB 4 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the Transportation Department and the Revenue Department including tax refunds.
HCS HB 5 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the departments of Transportation, Conservation and Public Safety.
HCS HB 6 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the deparments of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation.
HCS HB 7 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the departments of Economic Development, Insurance and Labor.
HCS HB 8 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the Department of Public Safety.
HCS HB 9 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the Corrections Department.
HCS HB 10 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the Health and Mental Health departments.
HCS HB 11 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for the Social Services Department.
HCS HB 12 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for statewide elected officials, legislature and judiciary.
HCS HB 13 - Smith, Cody
Appropriations for office rent for various state departments.
Open Items Language & Flex

Committee: Government Reform, Senator Ed Emery, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  8:45 a.m.
Room:  Bingham Conference Room
Executive Session on: SCS HB485; HCS HB1088

Committee: Small Business and Industry, Senator Denny Hoskins, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  8:45 a.m.
Room:  SCR 1
SB 199 - Arthur, Lauren
Establish a state program for managing retirement savings accounts for employees of small businesses with fewer than 25 employees.
Please note meeting time of 8:45 a.m.

Committee: Administration, Senator Dave Schatz, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  9:00 a.m.
Room:  Room 326
A vote may be taken to hold a closed meeting pursuant to Section 610.022.2 relating to closed meetings and Section 610.021 (3) relating to personnel matters and Section 610.021 (1) relating to legal matters; and section 610.021 (18) and (19) relating to security.

Committee: Fiscal Oversight, Senator Mike Cunningham, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, April 18
Time:  9:00 a.m.
Room:  Bingham Conference Room
SCS HCS HB 225 - Swan, Kathy
Establish a grant program to cover educational costs for lower income persons 25 years of age or older in a program that prepares students to enter an area of occupational shortage as defined by the Higher Education Board. The bill provides that the program must be one that awards "a certificate, degree, or other industry-recognized credential." Funding would be subject to appropriation. One of the governor's two top legislative priorities.
SCS HB 260 - Taylor, Jered
Add an additional fine for illegally pursuing, killing or processing of wild turkey, deer, bear or elk.
HCS HB 469 - Grier, Derek
Various changes in a law providing tax breaks to businesses for job training for new jobs. Let the Economic Development Dept. Require a repayment of benefits, with interest, if a company failed to maintain the new or retrained jobs for at least five years.
HCS HB 677 - Patterson, Jon
Extend the sunset from 2020 to 2030 of a $3 million annual funding for the Kansas City Convention and Sports Complex, which is subject to legislative appropriation.
HCS HB 255 - Fitzwater, Travis
Provide an extra tax break for businesses creating new jobs. Legislative staff estimate the bill and also the HCS would cost the state $25 million in less General Revenue tax income.
SCS HB 547 - Griffith, Dave
Require every circuit court to create a treatment court division to handle cases for substance-abuse offenders or veterans with disorders. Current law makes the special division optional, not mandatory for circuit courts.
SB 414 - Wieland, Paul
Establish a task force to develop a plan for the state to seek a federal waiver/permission to establish the state's own alternative to the federal Alternative Care Act for health insurance.

Committee: Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence, Senator Tony Luetkemeyer, Chairman
Date:  Tuesday, April 23
Time:  12:00 P.M.
Room:  SCR 2
HB 523 - Roden, Shane
Increase the penalty for violation of the no-call list that prohibits telemarketers from calling phone numbers registered on the attorney general's no-call list. Provide that $100 of the fine be given to the person who reported the violation. Establish a minimum first-offense penalty of $2,500, $5,000 or a second offense and $7,5000 for a third violation.
HCS HB 746 - Wilson, Ken
Provide that the $10 fee charged for serving a court order that goes to the sheriff salary fund can be collected by any person appointed to serve a court order. Current law limits the fee to an order served only by the sheriff.
HB 966 - Gregory, David
Create a separate crime of vehicle hijacking.

Committee: Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics, Senator Caleb Rowden, Chairman
Date:  Tuesday, April 23
Time:  1:00 p.m
Room:  SCR 2
SCR 24 - Hegeman
Urges the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to focus on protecting public health and safety through flood control

Committee: General Laws, Senator Bill Eigel, Chairman
Date:  Tuesday, April 23
Time:  1:30 PM
Room:  Senate Lounge
HB 250 - 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 338 - Schnelting, Adam
Designate May 26 as the "Battle of St. Louis Memorial Day."

Amended 2: 4/18/19 4:46 PM
Committee: Ways and Means, Senator Andrew Koenig, Chairman
Date:  Tuesday, April 23
Time:  2:00 pm
Room:  SCR 1
HCS HB 703 - Richey, Doug
Set up a method for income tax payers to donate $1 dollar of a refund to a Kansas City law enforcement memorial fund.
Executive Session: HB 374 HB 333

Committee: Veterans and Military Affairs, Senator Bill White, Chairman
Date:  Tuesday, April 23
Time:  3:00 pm
Room:  Bingham Conference Room
Executive Session to Commence at 3:00 pm - Bingham Conference Room. HCS HB 400 - Basye HCS HB 346 - Lynch HB 715 - Lynch

Committee: Economic Development, Senator Mike Cierpiot, Chairman
Date:  Tuesday, April 23
Time:  3:30 P.M.
Room:  Pershing Conference Room
Executive Session: HB 1061 (Patterson) Note: Time and location change from regular meeting time and place.

Committee: Commerce, Consumer Protection, Energy and the Environment, Senator Wayne Wallingford, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, April 24
Time:  1:00 PM
Room:  Senate Lounge
SB 511 - Williams, Brian
Prohibit a website selling or reselling tickets from including the internet domain name the name of the venue or the name of performance unless authorized by the venue to be acting upon its behalf.

Committee: Insurance and Banking, Senator Paul Wieland, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, April 24
Time:  9:25
Room:  SCR 1
HB 942 - Wiemann, John
Exempt multiple employer self-insurance health plans from a ban advertising the plan to the public. Also allow other entities to market the plan.
HB 83 - Hill, Justin
Exempt short-term medical care policies from some health-insurance requirements. Expand current requirement exemptions for policies of less than six months to less than one year. Also require a notice that the policy may not cover preexisting conditions, prescription dugs, preventative care or emergency services.

Corrected: 4/18/19 9:04 AM
Committee: Joint Committee on Administrative Rules
Date:  Thursday, April 25
Time:  8:30 am
Room:  SCR 2
8 CSR 30-3.010 - Applicable Wage Rates for Public Works Projects Department of Industrial Relations - Division of Labor Standards - Prevailing Wage Law Rules **A portion of this meeting may be closed pursuant to §610.021 (3) RSMo.

Committee: Joint Committee on Public Employee Retirement
Date:  Monday, April 29
Time:  1:00 pm
Room:  House Hearing Room 4
2nd Quarter Meeting

Committee: Joint Committee on Education, Senator Gary Romine, Chairman
Date:  Monday, May 6
Time:  12:30 P.M.
Room:  SCR 2
1. Election of JCED Chair and Co-Chair 2. Department of Higher Education Presentation: Designation of Educational Programs in Response to High Industry Need. 3. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education: Administration and Implementation of Missouri Computer Science Learning Standards 4. Interim Project Discussion

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