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House Committee Meetings
As of (03/22/2019) at 05:11 PM

Hearing Date Monday, March 25, 2019
***Corrected***
Committee:General Laws
Chair:Plocher, Dean - (Rep-89)
Vice Chair:Taylor, Jered - (Rep-139)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:11:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note: Corrected

HB 1128 - Knight, Jeff
Delete references to repealed or obsolete laws dealing with local government.
HB 1087 - Shawan, Jeff
Grammatical corrections to the state income tax sections. Legislative staff describe the changes as "grammatical and technical."
HB 1127 - Porter, Jeff
Require liquor labled as Missouri bourbon or Missouri bourbon whisky actually be produced in Missouri and be no less than 80 proof (40 percent) alcohol.
HB 1199 - Mayhew, Don
Exclude legislative liaisons in some lobbying provisions, defined as someone who communicates between a governmental agency and the legislature. Restrict the definition of a lobbyist principle.
HJR 48 - Plocher, Dean
Impose a total ban on lobbyist gifts to public officials. Repeal the $5 daily gift limit allowed under the 2018 Clean Missouri ballot issue.
HR 873 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Pfautsch, Donna (Rep-033)
Urges Congress to reauthorize Freedom's Frontier National Heritage Area
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCR 34 -- SUPPORT FOR BUCK O'NEIL
Sponsor: Riggs, Louis (Rep-005)
Urges the Baseball Hall of Fame to induct John Jordan "Buck" O'Neil.

Committee:Crime Prevention and Public Safety
Chair:Wilson, Kenneth - (Rep-12)
Vice Chair:McDaniel, Andrew - (Rep-150)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:12:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 6

HB 826 - Hicks, Ron
Let the Health Department deny a license for a child-care facility if it is located within 1,000 feet of the residency of a registered sex offender or a facility providing treatment or services for a registered sex offender.
HB 839 - Bailey, Dottie
Require that a police reporting detailing the incident be included in a court petition seeking a court protection order by a victim of stalking or sexual assault.
HB 925 - Neely, Jim
Change the language defining the crime of disseminating sexual images of another person with the intent to harass, threaten or coerce. Legislative staff describe it as a technical change.
HB 882 - Coleman, Mary
Expand the crime of promoting prostitution to include operating a computer service with the intent to promote or facilitate prostitution. Increase prostitution facilitation penalties.
HB 1038 - Shaul, Dan
Impose various requirements on external debirillators. Require the device be tested at least biannually and after each use.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
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 722 - Dinkins, Chris
Provide that the $10 fee charged for serving a court order that goes to the sheriff salary fund regarddless of the person appointed to serve a court order. Current law limits the fee to an order served only by the sheriff.
HB 1163 - Wilson, Ken
Change membership of the Police Officers Standards and Training Commission. Repeal a provision that the governor's appointment of the public member be from a list submitted by the Public Safety Department director. Have three members apointed from a list submitted the Mo. Sherriff's Association, three from a list submitted by Police Chief's Association and five from a list sbmitted by the Public Safety Department.

Committee:Health and Mental Health Policy
Chair:Stephens, Mike - (Rep-128)
Vice Chair:Morris, Lynn - (Rep-140)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:12:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:Guest Speakers: Dr. Steve Corsi (Director-Missouri Department of Social Services) Jessica Bax (Director- Division of Senior and Disability Services) Dean Linneman (Director- Division of Regulation and Licensure) Adam Crumbliss (Director- Division of Community and Public Health)

HB 904 - Patterson, Jon
Various requirements on health coverage involving substance abuse treatment. Prohibit life-time coverage limits.
HB 1057 - Shawan, Jeff
Exempt a hospital and the Health Department from reporting care-associted infection rate if the same information is required to be reported by the federal government, but require the Health Department include a link to the federal website with the information.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 907 - Roden, Shane
Regulate and license paramedic providers.
HB 600 - Bondon, Jack
Authorize a Medicaid rate recalculation for a nursing facility that incurred capital expenditures in excess of $2,000 per bed.

Committee:Workforce Development
Chair:Swan, Kathryn - (Rep-147)
Vice Chair:Henderson, Mike - (Rep-117)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:12:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 1

HB 791 - Griesheimer, Aaron
Expand the definition of a contractor who must provide a bond is required for a government contract, in some cases, to include a contractor who arranges for construction services to the governmental entity.
HB 1137 - Hill, Justin
Prohibit local government from regulating misclassification of employees. Exclude an independent contractor for the definition of an employee under various laws governing employees.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 217 - Hill, Justin
Shorten the number of weeks for which a person can collect unemployment compensation if the state's unemployment rate drops below nine percent. Make the number of weeks of eligibility a sliding scale based on the unemployment rate to as low as 13 weeks. The governor vetoed a similar bill, HB 150 in 2015. The legislature overrode the veto, but the override was struck down by the state Supreme Court based on the Senate delaying a vote on the override until the veto session.

Committee:Conservation and Natural Resources
Chair:Remole, Tim - (Rep-6)
Vice Chair:Pietzman, Randy - (Rep-41)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:6:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1158 - Pietzman, Randy
Require the Natural Resources Department to assist permit applicants through a "permitting process."
HB 1044 - Wood, David
Establish a "Rock Island Trail State Park Endowment Fund.
HB 1206 - Anderson, Sonya
A couple of Natural Resources Department funding changes. Let the department spend money from a grantor or donor without legislative appropriations. Limit the requirement to advertise bids for park concessions only if the expected annual gross receipts will be $25,000 or more. Allow the department director contract for services to department property for up to two years without competitive bids, in some cases.

Committee:Downsizing State Government
Chair:Taylor, Jered - (Rep-139)
Vice Chair:Pietzman, Randy - (Rep-41)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:6:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 6

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 483 - Stacy, Dan
Impose restrictions and requirements on local government residential building permits.
HB 930 - Ross, Robert
Authorize the Office of Administration to conduct "reverse auctions" for bids by which potential vendors can see bids proposed by others.

***Amended***
Committee:Economic Development
Chair:Grier, Derek - (Rep-100)
Vice Chair:Coleman, Jeff - (Rep-32)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:6:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Removed public hearing from HB 1004 Added HB 1004 to executive session. Amended

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 93 - Green, Alan
Establish a loan program for minority-owned businesses.
HB 428 - Remole, Tim
Provide that a business premit request involving to various state or local government agencies automatically is approved if not acted upon within six months of application, if the request involves creation of 20 new jobs.
HB 1143 - Shull, Noel
Expand a tax credit for a new business investment to include purchase or lease of sofware and hardware via on-demand network access to a shared pool of computing resources. Include licenses in covered costs.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1004 - Fitzwater, Travis
Expand a provision exempting property taxes from tax increment financing taxes. TIFs provide tax breaks for real estate development projects.
HB 665 - Gregory, David
Impose a cap on low-income housing tax credits. Prohibit the amount of tax credits for low-income housing projects to 95 percent of the total federal low-income housing credits allocated to the state. Limit bond issue credits.

Committee:Higher Education
Chair:Dohrman, Dean - (Rep-51)
Vice Chair:Gannon, Elaine - (Rep-115)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:6:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 837 - Kelly, Hannah
Prohibit public higher education from discriminating against religious student associations.
HB 576 - Dohrman, Dean
Establish free speech rights for college students and faculty. Prohibit discrimination in use of campus outdoor areas or imposing costs on a student organization based on reaction to a person's speech.
HB 436 - Chipman, Jason
Require a public university waive any fees for health care or insurance upon proof of existing health insurance.
HB 1099 - Griesheimer, Aaron
Allow any public higher education institution to enter into long-term concession agreements with a private developer.

Committee:Rules - Administrative Oversight
Chair:Rehder, Holly - (Rep-148)
Vice Chair:Solon, Sheila - (Rep-9)
Date:Monday, March 25, 2019
Time:4:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 4

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCS HB 982 - Hicks, Ron
Transfer Capitol Police from the Public Safety Department to the state State Capitol Commission.
HCS HB 824 - Francis, Rick
Repeal acreage limits on permits for growing industrial hemp.
HB 841 - Ruth, Becky
Designate September 9 as "Diffuse Intrinsic Giloma Awareness Day."
HB 1061 - Patterson, Jon
Exempt from taxes sales or leases of property to or by a port authority.

Hearing Date Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Committee:Children and Families
Chair:Solon, Sheila - (Rep-9)
Vice Chair:Neely, Jim - (Rep-8)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 1

HB 1135 - Dinkins, Chris
Provide for a victim of domestic violence a one-time waiver of the fee for a birth certificate.
HB 183 - Trent, Curtis
Impose, with some exceptions, or work-program requirements for Medicaid eligibility that provides health care costs for the lower income.
HB 971 - Richey, Doug
Make it a crime to cause the death of a child born alive from an abortion or to recklessly cause the death of a child born alive. Current law makes it a crime only if the death was caused "with intent to do so."
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 254 - Morris, Lynn
Prohibit a maintenance order in a divorce case from exceeding the length of the marriage.
HB 877 - Kelly, Hannah
Expand a law making child fatality review panel records confidental, but add exceptions.
HB 953 - Knight, Jeff
Create an interim joint committee on juvenile courts

***Amended***
Committee:Elementary and Secondary Education
Chair:Roeber, Rebecca - (Rep-34)
Vice Chair:Basye, Chuck - (Rep-47)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Removed HB 836. Amended

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 1010 - Ross, Robert
Authorize the Education Department to establish a pilot program to provide agriculture education in elementary schools.
HB 1139 - Baker, Ben
Prohibit a public school district from disclosing information about home-schooled children without consent. Restrict a prosecutor for reviewing the records.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 594 - Swan, Kathy
Expand state funding for early childhood education services to services that have a contract with a school district or charter school.
HB 857 - Deaton, Dirk
Essentially require schools to allow home-schooled students to participate in high school athletic teams and other school extracurricular activities.

Committee:Corrections and Public Institutions
Chair:Roden, Shane - (Rep-111)
Vice Chair:Hansen, Jim - (Rep-40)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:9:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Work Session on HCB 1

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 552 - Dinkins, Chris
Authorize the Natural Resources Department to sell or transfer ownership of land in Iron County to the Transportation Department.
HB 1085 - Hansen, Jim
Authorize the sale or transfer of state land in Pike County to the Transportation Department.
HB 1237 - Fitzwater, Travis
Authorize transfer or sale of state property in various locations including Rolla, Kirksville, Macon County, Fulton and St. Louis city.
HCB 1 -- CONVEYANCE OF STATE PROPERTY
Sponsor: Roden, Shane (Rep-111)
Modifies provisions relating to the conveyance of certain state property
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 661 - Morse, Herman
Let a judge consider assigning a criminal defendant to roadside cleanup as a condition for probation.
HB 1151 - Evans, David
Various changes in the sex offender registry law. Add various offenses.

Committee:Fiscal Review
Chair:Houx, Dan - (Rep-54)
Vice Chair:Gregory, David - (Rep-96)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:12:00 PM or upon morning recess (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5

Committee:Local Government
Chair:Hannegan, Tom - (Rep-65)
Vice Chair:Fishel, Craig - (Rep-136)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:12:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 1

HB 1173 - Toalson Reisch, Cheri
Include Hallsville among the cities that can submit to voters a sales tax to fund public safety.
HB 1249 - Hovis, Barry
Authorize Cape Girardeau County to seek voter approval for a sales tax to support 911 emergency phone services.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 610 - Shull, Noel
Add Claycomo to cities than can impose a sales tax for public safety, upon voter approval
HB 674 - Kolkmeyer, Glen
Expand to all cities a provision allowing only certain cities to impose a tax on hotel and motel room rentals for tourism promotion.
HB 940 - Roberts, Lane
Extend from five years to 15 years the time limit after the president declares a disaster area that a petition can be filed by residents to establish a museum district.

Committee:Rules - Legislative Oversight
Chair:Miller, Rocky - (Rep-124)
Vice Chair:Christofanelli, Phil - (Rep-105)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:12:00 PM
Location:House Hearing Room 4

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 899 - Billington, Hardy
Reduce the time a defendant in a landlord-tenant action must file motion to set aside a court judgment from ten to five days.
HB 265 - Taylor, Jered
Require products sold in the state Capitol be made in the United States.
HB 372 - Trent, Curtis
Shorten from eight to four weeks that a person loses eligibility for unemployment compensation for not seeking work, with exceptions.
HCS HB 548 - Eggleston, J.
Phase in lower income tax rates. Extend the sales tax to online sales by out-of-state businesses that are delivered to Missouri. Legislative staff estimate the bill utlimately could cost the state more than $100 million per year.
HB 769 - Ross, Robert
Repeal a requirement that the attorney general reside in Jefferson City.
HB 815 - Black, John
Restrict an exemption for some credit insurance regulations that are more than 10 years in duration to more than 15 years in duration, in some cases.
HB 898 - Walsh, Sara
Authorize a special license plate for those who contribute to the Missouri Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation.
HB 334 - Tate, Nate
Include in a prohibition of returning a child to a household with a resident convicted of various crimes to include child sex trafficking.
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.
HB 332 - Lynch, Steve
Increase from 28 days to 90 days of employment before the Employment Security Division can charge the employer for benefits provided to the employee for unemployment.
HB 271 - Shaul, Dan
Expand a law prohibiting local government from banning merchants from providing plastic bags. Expand it to cover a ban on any "auxiliary container." and expand the ban to including imposing a tax on auxiliary containers.
HB 563 - Wiemann, John
Add to the state government retirement system employees of the Housing Development Commission and the Environmental Improvement and Energy Resources Authority.
HB 831 - Sharpe, Greg
Create a special auto license plate for those who pay an annual fee to the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives.
HB 375 - Christofanelli, Phil
Impose an extra fee on employers for an Employment Security Division automation fund.
HCS HB 374 - Christofanelli, Phil
Impose a restriction on various local sales tax options to prohibit the total of the local government's sales tax from exceeding 14 pcercent.
HCS HB 168 - Rehder, Holly
Exempt entities registered with the Health Department that deals with hypodermic syringes from a law establishing a crime of delivery of drug paraphernalia.
HCS HJR 19 - Christofanelli, Phil
Require that at least 50 percent of qualified voters have cast a vote for a local government tax or fee increase to be approved. Effectively would defeat a proposal if less than qualified voters had cast their votes, regardless of the percentage of those who actually voted.
HCS HJR 41 - Fitzwater, Travis
Increase the size of the Senate from 34 to 40. Reduce the size of the House from 163 members to 120 with three districts in each Senate district. Change legislative terms limits from eight years in a chamber to 16 years total in one or both districts.

***Amended***
Committee:Judiciary
Chair:Gregory, David - (Rep-96)
Vice Chair:DeGroot, Bruce - (Rep-101)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 5
Note:Added HB 1042 and HB 1065. Removed HB 262 and HB 248. Amended

HB 489 - DeGroot, Bruce
Restrict punitive damage awards in lawsuits against employers. Prohibit including a punitive damage claim in the initial pleading. Require a judge's approval to include a punitive damage claim.
HB 186 - Trent, Curtis
Restrict a lawsuit for damages caused by a defective product to within 15 years after the product was sold or leased.
SS SB 38 --
Sponsor: Onder, Bob (Sen-02)
Creates new provisions relating to joint employers
HB 1042 - Evans, David
Give a juvenile or family court exclusive jurisdiction over a minor who is "subject to be havior injurious to him or her."
HB 1065 - Evans, David
Various changes in criminal sentencing. Prohibit a judge from suspending the sentence of a prior or persistent sexual offender. Require a longer sentence for a persistent sexual offender. Impose restrictions on lesser-included-offense instructions to juries.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
SS#2 SB 7 --
Sponsor: Emery, Ed (Sen-31)
Modifies provisions of civil procedure regarding joinder and venue

Committee:Special Committee on Tourism
Chair:Justus, Jeffery - (Rep-156)
Vice Chair:Gannon, Elaine - (Rep-115)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:6:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 4
Note:HCB 3 Work Session

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HCB 3 -- NOTITLE
Sponsor: Justus, Jeffery (Rep-156)
Modifies provisions relating to state holiday designations

Committee:Transportation
Chair:Ruth, Becky - (Rep-114)
Vice Chair:Tate, Nate - (Rep-119)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:6:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 1
Note:HCB 5 work session.

HB 191 - Kolkmeyer, Glen
Declare a portion of Highway E in Lafayette County the "Firefighter Jeff Sanders Memorial Highway."
HB 979 - Schroer, Nick
Designate a portion of I70 in St. Charles County the "Ralph Barrale Memorial Highway."
HB 827 - Basye, Chuck
Designate as memorial highways portions of various roads in Boone County.
HB 875 - Riggs, Louis
Designate a portion of Highway 79 in Marion County the "Molly Brown Memorial Highway."
HB 1097 - Porter, Jeff
Establish a fund for money appropriated by the legislature for the Transportation Department for accelerated bridge repair, such as the governor's $350 million bond issue proposal for the department.
HB 1002 - Busick, Danny
Raise the minimum height of required flaps for truks from eight inches above the ground to 12 inches for dump trucks.
HCB 5 -- MEMORIAL HIGHWAYS
Sponsor: Ruth, Becky (Rep-114)
Enacts provisions relating to the designation of memorial highways
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 873 - Riggs, Louis
Designate a portion of Highway 79 in Marion County the "Jake Beckley Memorial Highway.
HB 749 - Tate, Nate
Create a task force to study towing of motor vehicles without the owner's permission.
HB 713 - Morris, Lynn
Allow a Purple Heart recipient have two rather than one set of motor vehicle special auto license plates. Transfer the right to such plates to the veteran's spouse upon the veteran's death until the spouse remarries.
HB 1226 - Justus, Jeffery
Designate a portion of Highway 76 tin Taney and Stone counties he "Mary Herschend Memorial Highway."

***Amended***
Committee:Utilities
Chair:Fitzwater, Travis - (Rep-49)
Vice Chair:Kidd, Bill - (Rep-20)
Date:Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time:5:00 PM or upon afternoon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7
Note:Removed HB 1046 and HB 935. Amended

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 357 - Kidd, Bill
Require the Energy Division of the state to review the state's energy plans every two years. Include subjects that must be included in the review including that customers are benefited, reducing fuel costs, reducing regulations, etc.
HB 1025 - Black, John
Include municipal electric utilties in a law power to trim trees on private property.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 1162 - Riggs, Louis
Require the Economic Development Department maintain funds acquired by any governmental entity for rural broadband.
HB 633 - Bondon, Jack
Various changes in water utility rate provisions. Create a seperate rate increase for infrastructure improvements. Require any infrastructure increase submitted to the Public Service Commission generate at least $1 million.

Hearing Date Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Committee:Elections and Elected Officials
Chair:Shaul, Dan - (Rep-113)
Vice Chair:McGaugh, Peggy - (Rep-39)
Date:Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 6
Note:Possible recess and reconvene in HR 5 at 6:00 pm or upon conclusion of afternoon session.

HJR 4 - Stacy, Dan
Authorize the legislature to enact laws dealing with organizations supporting or opposing ballot issues to impose finance restrictions and require require disclose of donors.
HJR 6 - Sommer, Chrissy
Impose a 30-day delay until after voter approval of a measure approved by the legislature that is placed on the ballot rather than subject to gubernatoral veto or approval.
HJR 7 - Sommer, Chrissy
Require a two-thirds approval by state voters for a constitutional amendment placed on the ballot by an initiative petition.
HJR 10 - Shaul, Dan
Require petitions proposing constitutional amendments or new/changed laws be signed by a sufficient percentage of voters in every congressional district rather than in just six. Eight percent is required for constitutional amendments, five percent for statutory changes.
HJR 11 - Hicks, Ron
Require petitions proposing constitutional amendments or new/changed laws be signed by a sufficient percentage of voters in every congressional district rather than in just six. Eight percent is required for constitutional amendments, five percent for statutory changes.
HJR 25 - Deaton, Dirk
Require constitutional amendment petitions be size by eight percent of the verys in every one of the 163 state legislative districts. Currently, eight percent needs to be collection in 6 of the state's congressional districts. Also require a two-thirds vote to approve an constitutional amendment.
HJR 45 - Simmons, John
Require a two-thirds majority vote for adoption of a constitutional amendment submitted by initiative petition. Increase the percentage of signatures required for the initiative from eight percent of voters in two-thirds of the congressional districts to ten percent in three-fifths of the counties and St. Louis city.
HJR 50 - Remole, Tim
Require a petitition for a constitutional amendment get 8% of voter signatures in every county or 5% for initiative petitions to be placed on the ballot.
HB 496 - McGaugh, Peggy
Require the Secretary of State develop a form for gathering initiative and referendum petition signatures. Require the forms be available in electronic format.
HB 1055 - Simmons, John
Impose a $350 fee for filing an initiative petition with the secretary of state.
HB 290 - Sommer, Chrissy
Impose extra fees for ballot initiative or referendum proposal. Make it a crime to sign a petition more than once.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 347 - Lovasco, Tony
Repeal a provision cancelling an election for a city or county party district member if only one candidate has filed for the position.

Committee:Ways and Means
Chair:Sommer, Chrissy - (Rep-106)
Vice Chair:Christofanelli, Phil - (Rep-105)
Date:Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Time:8:00 AM
Location:House Hearing Room 5

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 908 - Love, Warren
Require Missouri to enter national Streamlined Sales Tax agreement that would assure taxation of Internet sales. It requires uniformity in state and local sales tax exemptions and processes and establishes provisions for governing taxes imposed on out-of-state sellers.
HB 736 - Justus, Jeffery
Authorize the Revenue Department to enter into a multi-state agreement for collecting taxes on sales made outside Missouri for products delivered to Missouri. Similar to what has been termed the Streamlined Sales Tax Agreeement.
HB 701 - Falkner, Bill
Various sales tax changes. Impose a tax on out-of-state making sales in Missouri, if the gross receipts exceeds $100,000 in a year or there are 200 or more separate transactions.
HB 1060 - Fitzwater, Travis
Extend the sunset year from Dec. 31, 2019 to 2025 a law providing tax credits for costs to make the taxpayer's "principal dwelling" accessible to a disabled person.
HB 842 - Griffith, Dave
Create a tax credit for donations to the Capitol complex improvement fund.

Committee:Agriculture Policy
Chair:Rone, Don - (Rep-149)
Vice Chair:Francis, Rick - (Rep-145)
Date:Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Time:12 :00 PM or upon morning recess (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 7

Public Hearings will be conducted for the following bills:
HB 951 - Haden, Kent
Provide exclusive authority to the state and federal agriculture departments over facilities involving egg production, milk production, livestock and raising dogs.
Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HB 685 - Kelly, Hannah
Include sawmills under the definition as agricultural property that are exempt from some local zoning provisions.
HB 919 - Evans, David
Establish a system by which property can be divided among heirs with a right for an heir to sell his/her property right.
HB 1230 - Shawan, Jeff
Provide tax credits for investments in rural businesses.
HB 1236 - Eggleston, J.
Provide tax credits for investments in rural businesses.

Committee:Rules - Administrative Oversight
Chair:Rehder, Holly - (Rep-148)
Vice Chair:Solon, Sheila - (Rep-9)
Date:Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Time:5:00 PM or upon adjournment (whichever is later)
Location:House Hearing Room 4

Executive Session will be held on the following bills:
HCR 13 -- RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION
Sponsor: Trent, Curtis (Rep-133)
Encourages high schools to offer elective courses on the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament
HCS HB 932 - Rehder, Holly
Authorize prosecuity attorneys development multi-disciplinary teams to provide provide identification, prevent and treatment of elderly abuse.
HB 282 - Anderson, Sonya
Expand the requirement to provide written material on the risks of an abortion to include when an abortion facility provides a woman with contact information for an abortion provider outside of Missouri.
HB 112 - Sommer, Chrissy
Require a school district establish a program for gifted children if three percent or more of the district's students are gifted and their development requires such programs, with an exception for smaller districts. Current law allows gifted-student programs, but does not require it.
HB 338 - Schnelting, Adam
Designate May 26 as the "Battle of St. Louis Memorial Day."
HB 407 - Justus, Jeffery
Declare the Cryptobranchus alleganiesis -- also known as the hellbender salamander, snot otter and lasagna lizard -- the official endangered species for Missouri.
HCS HB 844 - Hudson, Brad
Change the requirements to exempt a lodging establishment from theft liability. Require it has a safe deposit box behind the registration desk. Provide an exemption from having to have a printed copy of room rates posted if the facility has less than 11 guests or publishes the rates on internet.
HB 681 - Knight, Jeff
Extend from 2020 to 2026 the sunset of a fee on the sale of tires to fund removal of waste tires illegally dumped.
HCS HB 379 - McGaugh, Peggy
Authorize the Natural Resources Department to award grants to preserve, protect or restore historic county courthouses from the Historic Preservation Fund.
HCS HB 349 - Hannegan, Tom
Exempt the practice of shampooing from the requirement for licensing as a cosmetologist or barber.
HB 816 - Black, John
Let a prson who completed an embalming apprenticeship fo up to six months while an application for an embaler's license is pending.
HB 758 - Bondon, Jack
Prohibit the Health Department from having as an inspector of a hospital a person had been an employee of the hospital or another hospital within its organization in the prior two years. Require the department to require every newly hired inspector to disclose the name of every hospital that has imployed the person for the past ten years.
HB 966 - Gregory, David
Create a separate crime of vehicle hijacking.
HB 606 - Basye, Chuck
Extend a law requiring criminal background checks of school bus drivers to include municipal bus drivers if the city has a contract to provide bus service for schools. Require an adult supervisor approved by the school board be on a city bus transporting students.
HB 568 - Black, Rusty
Let local government include emergency telecommunicators, jailors and emergency medical service personnel public in the local government retirement system as safety personnel.
HCS HB 326 - Schroer, Nick
Regulate and license mechanical contractors.
HB 705 - Helms, Steve
Prohibit any licensing board from using occupational license fees to fund continuing education classes.
HCS HB 519 - Schroer, Nick
Establish requirements and consumer protections in a contract with a lawyer in a consumer lawsuit. Require state registration of consumer lawsuit funding services.
HCS HB 106 - Smith, Cody
Provide a liability lawsuit protection for real estate agents who fail to provide information about the size or improvements of property for sale, unless the agent knew the information was false.

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