SENATE CALENDAR
102nd General Assembly
Second Regular Session

FIFTY-FIFTH DAY—WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2024

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FORMAL CALENDAR


HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING

HB 2657-McGirl
Modifies provisions relating to an income tax deduction for private pension benefits

HCS for HBs 2710 & 2681
Authorizes a sales tax exemption for certain nuclear facilities

HCS for HB 2756
Modifies provisions of the "Property Assessment Clean Energy Act"

HJR 132-Hausman
Creates provisions relating to the offense of sexual trafficking of a child

HCS for HB 2413
Modifies provisions relating to health care

HB 1995-Perkins
Repeals the expiration date of the "Uniform Small Wireless Facility Deployment Act"

HCS for HB 2599
Modifies provisions relating to transactions involving secure identity verification

HB 2670-Thomas
Establishes "Marie's Law", which creates signage standards for state owned boat ramps in Lake of the Ozarks State Park


THIRD READING OF SENATE BILLS

SS for SCS for SB 735-Eigel, et al (In Fiscal Oversight)
Creates and modifies provisions relating to gold and silver


SENATE BILLS FOR PERFECTION

1. SB 1422-Black, with SCS
Modifies certain provisions relating to deferrals by electrical corporations

2. SB 890-Mosley
Creates the "Missing and Murdered African American Women Task Force"

3. SB 1296-O'Laughlin
Conveys certain state property

4. SB 844-Bernskoetter
Requires any amount paid on behalf of a health benefit plan enrollee to count toward the enrollee's cost-sharing

5. SB 768-Thompson Rehder, with SCS
Modifies provisions relating to alternative therapies and treatments, including psilocybin

6. SB 1266-Luetkemeyer, with SCS
Modifies provisions relating to pretrial witness protection programs

7. SB 1379-Arthur
Modifies provisions relating to funding for the Office of the Public Defender

8. SB 1362-Crawford
Modifies provisions relating to financial statements of certain local governments

9. SB 1155-Mosley
Creates the CTF Medical Alert System

10. SB 1326-McCreery
Modifies provisions relating to forensic examinations of victims of sexual offenses

11. SB 1277-Black
Modifies the State Advisory Council on Emergency Medical Services

12. SB 884-Roberts, with SCS
Modifies provisions relating to facilities of historic significance

13. SB 1393-O'Laughlin
Changes the deadline for school districts to submit proposals to operate recovery high schools

14. SB 907-Carter
Changes the mission of Missouri Southern State University

15. SB 869-Moon, et al
Creates provisions relating to lifetime protection orders

16. SB 1029-Moon
Phases out the corporate income tax

17. SB 753-Brown (16)
Creates the Commercial Financing Disclosure Law

18. SB 826-Koenig
Creates new provisions relating to central bank digital currency

19. SB 789-Razer
Modifies provisions relating to the powers of a hospital district board of trustees

20. SB 829-Rowden, with SCS
Modifies provisions relating to a renewable natural gas program

21. SB 969-Washington
Creates new provisions on discriminatory practices relating to hair

22. SB 1099-Washington
Establishes the "Cronkite New Voices Act" to protect the freedom of press in school-sponsored media

23. SB 1468-Luetkemeyer, with SCS
Modifies provisions relating to the condemnation of property

24. SB 1200-Trent, with SCS
Creates a DWI diversion program

25. SB 1070-McCreery, with SCS
Creates a cyber crimes task force

26. SB 817-Brown (26)
Modifies provisions relating to professional licensing

27. SB 1340-Bernskoetter
Modifies provisions relating to emergency medical services

28. SB 819-Brown (26), with SCS
Creates, modifies, and repeals provisions relating to participation of certain students in nontraditional educational settings

29. SB 812-Coleman
Establishes provisions relating to special education programs

30. SB 1001-Koenig
Modifies provisions relating to property taxes

31. SB 946-Thompson Rehder
Repeals the expiration date for the Basic Civil Legal Services Fund

32. SB 1374-Gannon
Creates "Bentley and Mason's Law" relating to restitution payments for certain persons convicted of the offense of driving while intoxicated

33. SB 1260-Gannon
Modifies provisions relating to prenatal tests for certain diseases


HOUSE BILLS ON THIRD READING

1. HCS for HB 1746, with SCS (Cierpiot) (In Fiscal Oversight)
Modifies and creates new provisions relating to utilities

2. HB 2062-Brown, C. (16) (Trent)
Prohibits local governments from imposing or enforcing eviction proceeding moratoriums

3. HCS for HB 1659, with SCS (Luetkemeyer) (In Fiscal Oversight)
Modifies provisions relating to public safety

4. HB 2111-Christofanelli
Modifies powers of the state auditor

5. HCS for HBs 2134 & 1956, with SCS (Carter) (In Fiscal Oversight)
Creates new provisions relating to water pollution and exportation

6. HB 1713-Schnelting (Schroer)
Modifies provisions relating to income tax deductions for members of the armed forces

7. HCS for HBs 2626 & 1918 (In Fiscal Oversight)
Modifies MO HealthNet coverage of hearing instruments

8. HCS for HB 2227 (Thompson Rehder) (In Fiscal Oversight)
Modifies provisions relating to child protection

9. HB 1960-Riley (Fitzwater) (In Fiscal Oversight)
Establishes the Regulatory Sandbox Act

10. HB 1912-McGirl (Koenig)
Modifies provisions relating to the taxation of pass-through entities

11. HB 2430-McGirl (Schroer) (In Fiscal Oversight)
Modifies provisions relating to the assessment of personal property

INFORMAL CALENDAR


SENATE BILLS FOR PERFECTION

SB 734-Eigel, with SCS
Modifies provisions relating to military affairs

SB 739-Cierpiot, with SS & SA 1 (pending)
Modifies provisions relating to solid waste disposal area permits

SB 740-Cierpiot, with SCS, SS for SCS & SA 3 (pending)
Modifies provisions relating to utilities

SB 742-Arthur, with SS (pending)
Authorizes tax credits for child care

SB 745-Bernskoetter, with SS & SA 1 (pending)
Modifies the duration of unemployment benefits based on the unemployment rate

SB 748-Hough
Modifies provisions relating to reimbursement allowance taxes

SB 750-Hough, with SCS & SA 1 (pending)
Modifies provisions relating to the collection of delinquent property taxes

SB 751-Brown (16)
Enacts provisions relating to insurance coverage of pharmacy services

SB 757-O'Laughlin, with SCS
Creates provisions relating to the closure of electric power plants

SB 772-Gannon
Modifies provisions relating to licenses issued by the Department of Revenue

SB 778-Eslinger, with SS & SA 1 (pending)
Establishes provisions relating to licensure of dentists and dental hygienists, including license reciprocity and the Dental and Dental Hygienist Compact

SB 782-Bean, with SCS, SS for SCS, SA 4 & SSA 1 for SA 4, as amended (pending)
Creates provisions relating to water exportation outside the state

SB 799-Fitzwater and Eigel, with SCS & SS for SCS (pending)
Modifies provisions relating to motor vehicle assessments

SB 801-Fitzwater, with SCS
Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 811-Coleman, with SCS, SS#2 for SCS & SA 1 (pending)
Modifies provisions relating to child protection

SB 818-Brown (26) and Coleman, with SS & SA 2 (pending)
Modifies provisions relating to the rulemaking authority of the Department of Health and Senior Services

SB 830-Rowden, with SS, SA 2 & point of order (pending)
Requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to develop a pamphlet on nonopioid alternatives for pain treatment

SB 845-Bernskoetter
Modifies provisions relating to unemployment benefits

SB 847-Hough, with SCS, SS for SCS & SA 1 (pending)
Directs the Department of Revenue to establish a system in which persons who own multiple farm vehicles can elect to have the vehicles placed on the same registration renewal schedule

SB 848-Hough
Prohibits state agencies from collecting fees or penalties until all administrative remedies have been exhausted

SB 850-Brown (16)
Prohibits the sale or distribution of certain lighters

SB 876-Bean, with SCS & SS for SCS (pending)
Authorizes a tax credit for certain railroad infrastructure investments

SB 903-Schroer
Modifies provisions relating to settlement demands to liability insurers

SB 936-Bernskoetter, with SCS & SS for SCS (pending)
Creates provisions relating to a post-consumer paint recycling program

SB 984-Schroer, with SS, SA 1 & SA 1 to SA 1 (pending)
Creates the "Intoxicating Cannabinoid Control Act"

SB 1036-Razer, with SCS
Modifies a tax credit relating to certain sporting events

SBs 1168 & 810-Coleman, with SCS, SS for SCS, SA 2, SA 1 to SA 2 & point of order (pending)
Modifies provisions relating to public funding of abortion facilities and affiliates and provisions relating to MO HealthNet providers

SB 1199-Trent
Modifies voting qualifications

SB 1207-Hoskins, with SS & SA 1 (pending)
Establishes a work opportunity tax credit

SB 1375-Eslinger
Modifies provisions relating to student enrollment in the Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program

SB 1388-Razer
Authorizes a sales tax exemption for certain nuclear facilities

SB 1391-Luetkemeyer, with SCS
Modifies provisions of the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program

SB 1392-Trent
Modifies provisions of the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program and authorizes charter schools to operate in Boone County, St. Charles County, and St. Louis County


HOUSE BILLS ON THIRD READING

HB 1488-Shields (Arthur)
Authorizes tax credits for child care

HB 1495-Griffith (Black)
Requires the Missouri Veterans Commission recommend and implement efforts to prevent veteran suicide

HCS for HB 1511 (Brown (26))
Creates provisions regulating requirements for electric vehicle charging stations

HB 1909-Taylor (48) (Gannon)
Modifies the meeting requirements for county political party committees

HB 2057-Keathley (Thompson Rehder)
Modifies provisions relating to video service providers


RESOLUTIONS

SR 557-Eigel
Modifies Senate Rules 50 and 60 regarding the report by the Committee on Appropriations for new appropriations of general revenue

SR 558-Eigel
Modifies Senate Rule 60 regarding the amendment process for appropriations bills

SR 561-Moon
Modifies Senate Rule 50 to provide that every senate bill that is pre-filed before the opening day of a regular session shall be referred to a committee within thirty calendar days

SR 562-Moon
Modifies Senate Rule 50 to allow each chair of a standing committee to report no more than three bills, with certain exceptions, when the Senate is on the order of business of reports of standing committees

SR 563-Moon
Modifies Senate Rule 96 to provide that, no later than March 1, 2024, the Senate shall provide an audio and video feed of its proceedings on the website of the Senate

SR 631-May
Modifies Senate Rules 29 and 44 regarding seniority

SR 647-Coleman
Modifies Senate Rule 8 regarding the absence of a quorum

HCR 65-Patterson (O'Laughlin)
Convenes a joint session to receive a message from Director General Bill S.C. Huang, of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Denver, Colorado


Reported from Committee

SCR 36-Moon, et al
Urges the United States Congress to reinstate mandatory country of origin


To be Referred

SCR 37-Carter