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Senate Committee meetings
As of (03/30/2017) at 05:11 AM

Committee: Government Reform, Senator Ed Emery, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, March 29
Time:  8:00 AM
Room:  SCR 1
SB 466 - Emery, Ed
Have Missouri join a compact with other states to adopt a type of alternative governmet.
Executive Session: HB460, HB461, HB462 - Kolkmeyer
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Amended 1: 3/28/17 9:30 AM
Committee: Seniors, Families and Children, Senator David Sater, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, March 29
Time:  8:00 A.M.
Room:  SCR 2
SB 301 - Wallingford, Wayne
Require local law enforcement be included in a law requiring a report be filed with the state Health Department of sexual abuse of a elderly patient in a long-term care facility.
SB 375 - Hoskins, Denny
Require written notification of a custodial parent for an abortion of a child that has been approved by the other parent, with some exceptions.
SB 377 - Wallingford, Wayne
Make it a rebuttable presumption in a child-custody case that equal parenting time is in the child's best interest.
SB 523 - Sater, David
Require any applicant seeking funds for providing child care must approve that the results of a criminal background check by the Health Department shall be provided to the Social Services Department.
HEARING ON 375 CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS MEETING **PLEASE NOTE ROOM CHANGE
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Amended 1: 3/28/17 9:24 AM
Committee: Gubernatorial Appointments, Senator Ron Richard, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, March 29
Time:  9:00 a.m.
Room:  Senate Lounge
APPOINTMENTS: James M. Howerton, Republican, as a member of the Clean Water Commission of the State of Missouri (Emery) John D. Reece, Democrat, as a member of the Clean Water Commission of the State of Missouri (Kraus) REAPPOINTMENT: Ashley McCarty, Democrat, as a member of the Clean Water Commission of the State of Missouri (Munzlinger)
EXECUTIVE SESSION

Committee: Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety, Senator Dave Schatz, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, March 30
Time:  8:00 AM
Room:  Senate Lounge
SB 297 - Hummel, Jacob
Require every boat operated by the Water Patrol be equipped with an automated external debrillator. Impose various electrical safety and wiring requirements for boat docks and marinas.
SB 369 - Rowden, Caleb
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. Specifically authorize school districts to contract municipalities for bus services.
SB 483 - Holsman, Jason
Expand a law on when a driver must stop when a train is approaching a road crossing to include "other on-track equipment."
SB 498 - Nasheed, Jamilah
Establish a partnership with St. Louis, city schools and police by which an absent student can be taken to a non-profit organization for mentoring.
SB 474 - Schatz, Dave
Narrow an exemption from complying with an ignition interlock device order after a drunken driving conviction. Current law allows an exemption for driving an employer-owned vehicle unless the person partially owns the vehicle. This bill would further prohibit the exemption if the person controls an entity that owns the employer-owned vehicle.
HB 700 - Cookson, Steve
Designate a portion of Highway 25 in Stoddard and Dunklin counties the Narvel Felts Highway.
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Veterans and Military Affairs, Senator Wayne Wallingford, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, March 30
Time:  8:00am
Room:  SCR 1
HB 850 - Davis, Charlie
Require that any complaint filed by a member of the National Guard submitted to an officer be forwarded to the adjutant general. Current law provides the complaint can be forwarded either to the adjutant general or the governor.
HB 871 - Davis, Charlie
Change the name of the collective name for National Guard from the Missouri "reserve military force" to "state defense force."
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics, Senator Mike Kehoe, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, March 30
Time:  9:30 am
Room:  Pershing Conference Room
Executive Session to be conducted on SCR 9 and SCR 21.
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Local Government and Elections, Senator Dan Hegeman, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, March 30
Time:  9:45am
Room:  Bingham Conference Room
Executive Session
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Joint Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect
Date:  Monday, April 3
Time:  12:00 PM
Room:  SCR 2

Committee: Joint Committee on Education, Senator Gary Romine, Chairman
Date:  Monday, May 1
Time:  12:30 P.M.
Room:  SCR 2
1. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) will present a draft state response to the Federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) 2. Election of JCED Chair and Co-Chair 3. Discuss possible JCED interim projects
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW

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