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Missouri General Assembly

34 Senators
  • 24 Republicans
  • 10 Democrats
163 Representatives
  • 47 Democrats
  • 115 Republicans
21 Senate Committees
64 House Committees

Bills

Recently Introduced

HB 610

Authorizes the village of Claycomo to levy, upon voter approval, a sales tax whose revenue is dedicated to public safety

  • Introduced Jan 17 2019
  • Sponsored by Shull, Noel J

HR 86

Grants use of the House Chamber to TeenPact on Friday, March 8, 2019, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

  • Introduced Jan 17 2019
  • Sponsored by Deaton, Dirk

SB 268

Changes the process by which public notice is required to be published

  • Introduced Jan 17 2019
  • Sponsored by Wieland

HB 614

Authorizes a sales tax exemption for utilities used for commercial food preparation

  • Introduced Jan 17 2019
  • Sponsored by Dohrman, Dean
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Recently Passed

HB 3

Establishes a statewide STEM career awareness program and creates new provisions of law related to computer science

  • Introduced Sep 10 2018
  • Introduced and Read First Time (H) Oct 30 2018
  • Sponsored by Fitzwater, Travis

HB 2

Establishes treatment courts

  • Introduced Sep 10 2018
  • Introduced and Read First Time (H) Oct 24 2018
  • Sponsored by Austin, Kevin

SB 982

Enacts provisions relating to payments for health care services

  • Introduced Feb 01 2018
  • S First Read--SB 982-Wieland May 18 2018
  • Sponsored by Wieland

HB 2280

Expands MO HealthNet benefits for pregnant women to provide substance abuse treatment for up to one year after giving birth

  • Introduced Jan 25 2018
  • Introduced and Read First Time (H) May 18 2018
  • Sponsored by Fred Wessels, Steve Lynch, Kevin Corlew, and 6 more.
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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2019 Regular Session 961
2017 Regular Session 18
2018 Second Extraordinary Session 4
2018 First Extraordinary Session 3
2018 Regular Session 2342
2017 Second Extraordinary Session 10
2017 First Extraordinary Session 10

Sources

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