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Amended 1: 1/26/23 9:17 AM
Committee: Appropriations, Senator Lincoln Hough, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, February 1
Time:  8:00 AM
Room:  SCR 2
Office of State Public Defender
Department of Transportation
Department of Natural Resources
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: General Laws, Senator Mike Bernskoetter, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, February 1
Time:  8:00 A.M.
Room:  Senate Lounge
SB 80 - Schroer
Establishes the Missouri Statewide Mechanical Contractors Licensing Act
SB 143 - Beck
Establishes a tax credit for grocery stores in a food desert
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety, Senator Travis Fitzwater, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, February 1
Time:  8:00 am
Room:  SCR 1
SB 28 - Justin Brown (16)
Modifies provisions relating to access to public records of the Missouri highway patrol
SB 23 - Hough
Requires motor vehicle dealers to collect and remit sales tax on motor vehicles the dealer sells
SB 66 - Mosley
Requires certain financing entities to remit motor vehicle sales tax on behalf of the purchaser
SB 112 - Hough
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 127 - Thompson Rehder
Designates "Don Welge Memorial Bridge" on State Highway 51 in Perry County
SB 47 - Gannon
Modifies provisions relating to licenses issued by the Department of Revenue
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Health and Welfare, Senator Mary Elizabeth Coleman, Chairwoman
Date:  Wednesday, February 1
Time:  10:00 a.m.
Room:  SCR 1
SJR 4 - Koenig
Modifies provisions relating to MO HealthNet beneficiaries, providers, and services
SB 82 - Coleman
Modifies provisions relating to public assistance
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Corrected: 1/31/23 3:31 PM
Committee: Gubernatorial Appointments, Senator Caleb Rowden, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, February 1
Time:  11:00 a.m.
Room:  Senate Lounge
William E. Davis, Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners (Hough)
Allen W. Blair, as a member of the Missouri Real Estate Commission (Luetkemeyer)
Roy L. Richter, Republican, as a member of the Public Defender Commission (Moon)
Alyssa L. Bish, as Director of the Division of Personnel for the Office of Administration (Rowden)
*Brian Treece, Democrat, State Highways and Transportation Commission (Rowden)
*Warren Erdman, Republican, State Highways and Transportation Commission (Razer)


*Appointees added

*Please note time change from usual time
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW

Committee: Veterans, Military Affairs and Pensions, Senator Bill Eigel, Chairman
Date:  Wednesday, February 1
Time:  12:00 pm
Room:  Senate Lounge
SB 20 - Bernskoetter
Modifies terms of active employee members of the Board of Trustees of the Missouri Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol Employees' Retirement System
SB 75 - Black
Modifies provisions relating to public school retirement systems, including retirement allowance multiplier and working after retirement




EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Appropriations, Senator Lincoln Hough, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, February 2
Time:  8:00 AM
Room:  SCR 2
Governor's FY 2023 Early Supplemental Recommendation
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Governmental Accountability, Senator Karla Eslinger, Chairwoman
Date:  Thursday, February 2
Time:  8:00AM
Room:  Senate Lounge
SB 157 - Black
Modifies provisions relating to collaborative practice arrangements with nurses
SB 35 - May
Modifies provisions relating to the suspension of licenses for failure to comply with a child support order

Only individuals or organizations testifying in person will be entered into the committee minutes.
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Fiscal Oversight, Senator Holly Thompson Rehder, Chairwoman
Date:  Thursday, February 2
Time:  9:00 am
Room:  SCR 1
SB 151 - Fitzwater
Authorizes a property tax exemption for certain property used for childcare

Only individuals or organizations testifying in person will be entered into the committee minutes.
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Emerging Issues, Senator Justin Brown, Chairman
Date:  Thursday, February 2
Time:  9:30AM
Room:  Senate Lounge
Executive Session Only

EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE

Committee: Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight
Date:  Monday, February 6
Time:  1:00 pm
Room:  Joint Committee Room-117
Director Patrick McKenna, MoDOT Annual Report
Pending application(s) for Memorial Highway and Bridge Designations.
Pending application(s) for Specialty License Plates
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW

Committee: Local Government and Elections, Senator Elaine Gannon, Chairwoman
Date:  Monday, February 6
Time:  1:00 PM
Room:  SCR 2
SB 102 - Crawford
Requires initiative petition circulators to be registered Missouri voters
SB 113 - Hough
Repeals requirement that the Joint Committee on Legislative Research hold a public hearing on certified initiative petitions
SJR 2 - Koenig
Modifies provisions relating to initiative petitions
SJR 5 - Rowden
Raises the threshold for approving initiative petitions proposing constitutional amendments
SJR 10 - Crawford
Modifies the initiative petition process
SJR 12 - Cierpiot
Creates standard for initiative petitions to meet the single subject requirement
SJR 17 - Brattin
Modifies provisions relating to the legislative process
SJR 28 - Carter
Modifies the process for approving constitutional amendments

Only individuals or organizations testifying in person will be entered into the committee minutes.
EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY FOLLOW ON ANY BILL HEARD BY THIS COMMITTEE