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2010 Calendar: HBs for House Perfection

Informal
HB 1625Sponsor: Nance, Bob
Require the state to notify a lower income taxpayer of child health care coverage availability from the state if the taxpayer indicates on a tax return form that a dependent child does not have insurance.
Formal
1.) HCS HB 1684Sponsor: Zerr, Anne
Let the Economic Development Departmet director increase various tax credits that provide tax breaks to business for economic development.
2.) HCS HB 2026Sponsor: Hobbs, Steve
Provide tax cedits for new business facilities in certified industrial zones, under certain circumstances.
3.) HB 1254Sponsor: Wilson, Larry
Expand the counties that can have a rural empowerment zone where new businesses can get tax breaks. Allow only one, rather than two, zones per county.
4.) HCS HB 2053Sponsor: Wallace, Maynard
Exempt schools from the teacher salary minimum and professional development if the state does not fully fund the School Foundation Formula that provides state funds to local schools.
5.) HB 1960Sponsor: Ruestman, Marilyn
Exempt school construction projects from the prevailing wage rate, except in charter counties.
6.) HCS HB 1812Sponsor: Kingery, Gayle
Remove a provision providing higher college scholarship amounts to students in private schools comparied to students in public schools under the Access Missouri Financial Assistance Program. The first HCS by the H Higher Education Committee would have eliminated state-funded scholarships for private students, but that version was rejected by the H Rules Committee.
7.) HCS HB 1905Sponsor: Wilson, Kevin
Provide collective bargaining rights for school teachers. Provide rights for their unions. Allow salary deductions for membership dues.
8.) HB 1945Sponsor: Brown, Dan
Extend to veterinarians various a law requiring a medical malpractice suit be brought within two years.
9.) HB 2250Sponsor: Curls, Shalonn
Let Kansas City impose a sales tax for various public safety purposes, upon voter approval.
10.) HCS HB 1238Sponsor: Davis, Cynthia
Create a crime of coercing an abortion. Impose requirements on information that must be provided to a woman prior to an abortion including descriptions of the fetus and the opportunity for an ultrasound.
11.) HCS HB 1383Sponsor: Nolte, Jerry
Require citizenship be included in the sex offender registry list. Require the Highway Patrol to report non-citizens to the federal government.
12.) HCS HB 1451Sponsor: Lipke, Scott
Allow a court to order restitution as a condition for parole or probation. Allow the prosecutor to charge a fee for collecting restitution.
13.) HCS HB 1833Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian
Establish a program to promote agriculture, obesity reduction and fresh farm products in schools.
14.) HCS HB 2388Sponsor: Wasson, Jay
Allow a residental care facility administrator license to be issued to somone who was a residential care facility II administrator before August 28, 2006.
15.) HB 1647Sponsor: Cooper, Robert
Assess boats upon which a person as a temporary or principle residence of the taxpayer as real estate rather than personal property.
16.) HB 1911Sponsor: Schad, Rodney
Change who is responsible for making background checks of school bus drivers. Make it the school district for those hired by the district. Make it whomever federal law requires for drivers hired by private firms. Reported from the H Education Committee on April 20 when there were just three weeks and one day left in the legislative session. Appeared on the perfection calendar on April 26.
17.) HCS HB 2042Sponsor: Brown, Jason
Require purchase of a permit for a non-Missouri resident to operate an off-highway vehicle in Missouri. Give the funds to the Natural Resources Department. Appeared on the perfection calendar on April 26.
18.) HCS HB 2102Sponsor: Munzlinger, Brian
Exempt from licensing requirements persons who breed dogs for hunting. Prohibit the Agriculture Department using a nonprofit organization for inspection of kennels, pet shops or beeders. Reported from the H Agri-Business Committee on April 14 when there was just four weeks and one day left in the legislative session. Appeared on the perfection calendar on April 26.
19.) HCS HB 2152Sponsor: Hobbs, Steve
Regulate and license real estate appraisal managers. Reported from the H Financial Institutions Committee on April 20 when there were just three weeks and one day left in the legislative session. Appeared on the perfection calendar on April 26.
20.) HCS HB 2225Sponsor: Loehner, Tom
Impose additional penalties for release feral swine. Impose fencing requirements to prevent their release. The H Animal Agriculture approved the bill, but it was sent back to the H Animal Agriculture Committee by the H Rules Committee. The H Animal Ag. Committee reported out a revised bill on April 20 when there were just three weeks and two days left in the legislative session.
21.) HCS HB 1583Sponsor: Jones, Kenny
Let a retiree on the state's health care plan for government workers continue state health care coverage at the employees' rate until the retiree is covered by Medicare. Various other changes in health coverage for retired government workers. Was not referred to committee until April 8, when there were just five weeks left in the legislative session.
22.) HCS HB 1725Sponsor: Pollock, Darrell
Prohibit a health insurance exchange plan from providing coverage for elective abortions. Reported from the H Children Committee on April 14 when there was just four weeks and one day left in the legislative session.