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2017 Senate Roll Calls
HCS SS SB 5 (07/25/2017): 3rd reading & final passage of a bill imposing new requirements on abortion clinics and restricting local ordinances on abortion-alternative services.
HCS SS SB 5 (07/25/2017): Adotiton of a "previous question" motion to shut off debate and hold an immediate vote on the bill imposing additional requirements on abortion clinics.
HCS SS SB 5 (07/25/2017): Adoption of the House version of the anti-abortion bills with stronger provisions on abortion facilities than passed by the Senate.
SS SB 5 (06/15/2017): 3rd reading of a bill involving various abortion provisions including new provisions regulating abortion clinics and prohibiting local government restricting abortion-alternative services.
HCS HB 1 (05/26/2017): 3rd reading and final approval of the bill to facilitate lower electric rates for an aluminum smelter and steel mill in southwest Missouri.
SS HCS HB 1194 (05/12/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to repeal an exemption from a city minmum wage ban ordinances passed before Aug. 29, 2015. Would overturn state Supreme Court decision upholding the St. Louis minmum wage.
SS HCS HB 1194 (05/12/2017): Approval of the second of two motions to stop a filibuster blocking a vote on a bill to repeal local minimum wage ordinances.
SS HCS HB 1194 (05/12/2017): Approval of the first of two motions to stop a filibuster blocking a vote on a bill to repeal local minimum wage ordinances.
SS HCB 3 (05/08/2017): 3rd reading of the SS version of a bill to sweep unused licensing board and other agency fees to fund elderly services appropriations.
SS HCS HB 452 (05/11/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to expand who is covered under a law providing medical malpractice lawsuit limits.
CCS SB 34 (05/11/2017): Adoption of the conference version of a bill to make it a crime for a deported illegal foreigner to subseqently be in Missouri. Also establish an public alert system for police assualts.
SS HCS HB 151 (05/09/2017): 3rd reading of a bill authorizing an alternative driving license that meets federal requirements for an ID to board an airplane or enter a federal facility.
SS HCS HB 292 (05/09/2017): 3rd reading of a Senate substitute that expands the authority of banks to charge fees for debit or credit card payments.
HCS SS SB 66 (05/08/2017): 3rd reading and final passage of a bill to impose restrictions on Workers Compensation that provides coverage for health costs of workers injured on the job.
SS SB 313 (04/27/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to provide tax credits for contributions to finance private schooling or home schooling for a disabled child or child of a military service member.
SA 1 SSA 1 SA 1 SCS HCS HB 11 (04/26/2017): Defeat of an amendment to remove funds to expand to rural areas managed care for Medicaid coverage rather than fee-for-service to health providers.
SSA 1 SA 2 SCS HCS HB 2 (04/25/2017): Adoption of an amendment to add $45 million to the Senate Appropriations Committee recommendation for state funding for public schools.
SS HCS HB 90 (04/13/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to create a statewide database of narcotic drugs prescriped to patients.
SCR 4 (04/13/2017): Adoption of a resolution calling for a U.S. constitutional convention that seeks to restrict the convention to issues involving budget limits.
SCR 9 (04/12/2017): Passage of a resolution calling for a U.S. Constitutional Convention for amendments on campaign funding and related elections issues.
SS SB 22 (04/12/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to establish a program for purchasing homes contaminated by radioactive waste in a region of St. Louis County.
SS HCS HB 130 (04/11/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to restrict local government from regulating or prohibiting commercial ride-sharing services like Uber.
HB 153 (03/15/2017): 3rd reading an final passage of a bill to restrict expert witness testmioney in trials.
SS SB 34 (03/09/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to make it a felony for an illegal foreigner who had been removed from the country to reenter and be found in Missouri.
SS SB 66 (03/09/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to impose restrictions on Workers' Compensation Coverage.
SS SB 34 (03/07/2017): Perfection of a bill to make it a felony for an illegal foreigner who had been removed from the country to reenter and be found in Missouri.
SS SB43 (03/02/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to impose additional restrictions on employee lawsuits against employers for discrimination
SS SB74 (03/02/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to set up a prescription drug monitoring program.
SS SB 113 (02/23/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to restrict workers' compensation coverage.
SCS SB 237 (02/16/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to expand a law imposing limits on medical malpractice lawsuit awards.
SS SB 182 (02/16/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to prohibit some local government contracts from requiring bidding companies from having labor union agreements.
SA4 SB 45 (02/15/2017): An amendment to a bill to require non-court arbitration in an employee discrimination lawsuit to exclude sexual harassment or assault from direct access for a complaint to court.
SS SB 16 (02/09/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to exempt from the sales tax the charges for delivering a purchased product.
SS SB 31 (02/02/2017): 3rd reading of a bill to impose restrictions in medical malpractice and medical injury lawsuits.
HCR 4 (01/30/2017): Passage of a House-passed resolution rejecting the pay raises for legislators, statewide elected officials and judges recommended by the Citizens Commission on Compensation. Passage required a 2/3rd
SS SB 19 (01/26/2017): 3rd read of a bill to prohibit an employer from requiring a worker to join a union or pay union fees.
SS SB 19 (01/25/2017): Perfection of a bill to prohibit employers from requiring workers join a union.
SA 1 SS SB 19 (01/23/2017): An amendment to prohibit employers requiring workers to join a union to submit the proposal to statewide voters for final approval, if it clears the legislature.
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