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1999 House Roll Calls
SS HS HB 427 (09/15/1999): House vote to override the governor's veto of the bill to ban partial-birth abortions.
CCS SB 19 (05/14/1999): Final House vote on the conference version of a bill to extend auto license periods and impose restricted driving rights on teenage drivers.
SCS SB 328 (05/14/1999): Final House vote on a bill to extend the hate-crimes law to cover crimes against gays and those with disabilities.
CCS HB 852 (05/14/1999): Final House 3rd reading vote of a bill to allow the seek civil commitment of prior sex offenders who have been released from prison.
CCS SB 308 (05/14/1999): Final House 3rd reading of a bill to boost the retirement benefits of state workers and legislators without the extra benefits for senior legislators.
HSA 1 HA 8 HS SS SB 19 (05/13/1999): A substitute to replace an amendment that would lower the legal blood-alcohol for drivers from 0.10 to 0.08. A YES vote effectively killed the lowered BAC amendment.
CCS SB 20 (05/13/1999): Final House vote on the conference report for a bill that would allow use of the sales tax to protect homes from decling resale values.
SS SCS HB 191 (05/13/1999): House final vote on legislation to require health insurance cover various cancer screenings including prostate, breast, colorectal and pam smear exams.
HS 1 HA 7 HS SS SB 1 (05/13/1999): An amendment to a judicial reorganization bill that would prohibit St. Louis from continuing with its lawsuit against gun manufacturers.
HS SS SB 373 (05/13/1999): House 3rd reading of a Senate-passed bill to legalize off-track betting on horse races.
CCS HB 490 (05/13/1999): House 3rd reading of the final conference version of the bill to require registration and background checks of daycare center workers.
HA 21 HS SS SB 335 (05/12/1999): Amendment to the omnibus anti-crime bill to require the governor's office to notify the immediately family of the victim when a death sentence is commuted.
HA 16 HS SS SB 335 (05/12/1999): An amendment to the omnibus crime bill to extend the state's hate-crime law to cover gays and the disabled.
HA 10 HS SS SB 335 (05/11/1999): House amendment to an anti-crime bill that would impose stronger requirements and restrictions on telemarketers.
SCS HCS HB 60 (05/11/1999): Final House 3rd reading of a special license plate bill that includes a "Respect Life" license plate for those who contribute to abortion alternatives.
CCS HB 65 (05/11/1999): Final House 3rd read of a bill to boost the retirement benefits of state workers and legislators.
SS HS HB 427 (05/11/1999): Final House 3rd reading vote on the bill to ban partial birth abortions.
HS SB 20 (05/10/1999): House 3rd read of a bill that would allow use of the property tax to protect the resale value of homes.
HA 6 HS SB 20 (05/10/1999): House amendment to a property tax bill that would declare English the common language of the state.
HS SCS SB 308 (05/06/1999): House 3rd read of a bill to boost the retirement benefits of state workers and legislators.
HSA 2 HA 1 HS SCS SB 308 (05/06/1999): Amendment to the state-worker retirement bill to cap the maximum retirement a legislator couldd receive to 75% of legislative salary.
HSA 1 HA 1 HS SCS SB 308 (05/06/1999): House amendment to a state-worker retirement bill to remove legislators from the retirement increases.
CCS HB 348 (05/04/1999): House 3rd reading of the final conference version of a bill to require registration of child sex offenders.
SB 294 (04/28/1999): House 3rd read of a bill that would allow adults (those over age 20) to ride motorcycles without helmets.
HA 5 HCS SB 219 (04/27/1999): House amendment that would grant a complete property tax exemption on the homsteads of the elderly.
HCS SB 426 (04/22/1999): House 3rd read a bill to extend for another 5 years (rom 2001 to 2006) a tax on new-tire purchases to finance a clean-up fund. Th
HS HB 723 (04/22/1999): House 3rd read of a bill that includes an amendment to lower the blood-alcohol limit for drunken driving from 0.10% to 0.08%. Main bill makes several changes in auto registration.
HB 133 (04/20/1999): House 3rd read a bill that seeks to require state legislative approval for the federal government to purchase any land in Missouri, public or private, for certain purposes.
HCS HB 673 (04/20/1999): House 3rd read of a bill to provide police expanded rights in disciplinary proceedings.
HCS HB 780 (04/20/1999): House 3rd read of a bill to require registration of initiative petition circulators.
HB 277 (04/19/1999): House 3rd reading of a bill that would ban insurance companies from discriminating on the basis of consumer credit report information.
HSA 1 HA 5 HS HB 723 (04/13/1999): House amendment to an auto-registration bill that would lower the blood-alcohol limit for drunken driving from 0.10% to 0.08%.
HA 4 HS HB 283 (04/12/1999): Amendment to a crime bill that would require that firearms be stored in ways that make them inaccessible by children.
HCS HB 814 (04/08/1999): House 3rd reading of a bill to impose a fee on cigarettes sold by companies that are not part of the tobacco settlement agreement that pays Missouri state government.
HA 16 HS 718 (04/07/1999): An amendment to expand the health insurance tax deduction for the self employed to cover the health insurance costs of all taxpayers, not just the self employed.
HS HCS HB 852 (04/07/1999): House 3rd reading of legislation to allow initiating a civil commitment effort against a sex offender well after his sentence has been served.
HA 2 HCS HB 850 (03/30/1999): House amendment to legalize homosexual acts, repealing the legal language making same-gender sexual acts a crime.
HA 1 HB 8 (03/23/1999): A House amendment to the budget that would elminate the governor's entire security force, leaving only enough funds to purchase a concealed weapon permit.
HA 11 HCS HB 676 (03/11/1999): House amendment to a presidential primary bill that would ban gambling companies, their owners and managers from contributing to political campaigns.
HCS HB 490 (03/11/1999): House 3rd read of a bill to require registration of child-care workers.
HS HB 427 (03/10/1999): House 3rd reading of a bill to ban partial-birth abortions.
HCS HB 788 (03/10/1999): House 3rd reading of a bill to put registered sex offenders on Internet along with their photos.
HS HCS HB 166 (03/09/1999): House vote on a substitute to the bill to provide stronger union collective bargaining rights for government workers.
HA 3 HCS HB 427 (03/04/1999): Amendment to the ban on partial-birth abortions to exclude from the ban cases in which the mother's health is at risk.
HA 4 HCS HB 490 (03/01/1999): House amendment to exempt religious organizations from a child-worker registration bill.
HCS HB 321 (02/24/1999): House 3rd read a bill to add a faculty person as a non-voting member of university governing boards and let student curators attend closed meetings.
HJR 5 (02/15/1999): House 3rd Read of a proposed constitutional amendment that would lower the majority vote required to pass school bond issues to a simple majority.
HCS HCR 6 (01/267/1999): Resolution to reject the state Salary Commission recommendation for a pay increase for judges.
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