Defending traditional families

Under the Dome: January 15, 2011

ABORTION

HB 213 Sponsored by Representative Tim Jones (R), prohibits abortions for viable unborn children who are twenty weeks or more in gestational age. First read in the House on Thursday.

SB 17 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to make available resources relating to umbilical cord blood. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Senate Health Committee on Wednesday.

HB 197 Sponsored by Representative Tishaura Jones (D), requires the Department of Health and Senior Services to make available resources relating to umbilical cord blood. First read in the House on Thursday.

CRIME

HB 118 Sponsored by Representative Peters-Baker, requires local law enforcement agencies and other government agencies serving ex parte orders of protection to enter the data into the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES) within 24 hours. Second read in the House on Monday.

HB 140 Sponsored by Representative Black (D), establishes Susie’s Law which prohibits any child younger than 18 years of age from riding as a passenger on any machinery or heavy equipment not manufactured for passengers. Introduced and first read on Monday, second read in the House on Tuesday.

HB 154 Sponsored by Representative Black (D), specifies that prisoners who commit sexual misconduct in the second degree in the presence of a minor or a person working in a jail, prison, or correctional facility will be guilty of a class D felony. First read in the house on Monday, second read on Wednesday and referred to the House Corrections Committee on Thursday.

HB 158 Sponsored by Representative Barnes (R), creates a two year statute of limitation for actions for injurious falsehood. First read in the House on Tuesday.

HB 156 Sponsored by Representative Black (D), establishes Sam Pratt’s Law authorizing the Dept. of Health and Senior Services to prohibit unlicensed child care providers from continuing to provide services if there are pending criminal charges. First read in the House on Tuesday second read on Wednesday, and referred to the House Public Safety Committee on Thursday.

HB 159 Sponsored by Representative Brandom (R), allows for house arrest with electronic monitoring or shackling for certain nonviolent offenders and requires the reimbursement of the total cost of house arrest by the state in certain cases. First read in the House on Tuesday and second read on Wednesday.

HB 164 Sponsored by Representative Franz (R), lowers the age limit for juvenile court jurisdiction for state or local traffic violations from 15 1/2 to 15 years of age. First read in the House on Tuesday, and second read on Wednesday.

HB 158 Sponsored by Representative Barnes (R), creates a two year statute of limitation for actions for injurious falsehood. Second read in the House on Wednesday.

HB 176 Sponsored by Representative McNeil (D), creates the crime of caller identification spoofing when a person places a call having knowingly inserted false information into his or her caller identification system to mislead, defraud, or deceive. First read in the House on Wednesday, second read on Thursday.

HB 177 Sponsored by Representative McNeil (D), imposes restrictions on automated speed enforcement systems. First read in the House on Wednesday, and second read on Thursday.

HB 178 Sponsored by Representative Nasheed (D), authorizes the expungement of certain criminal records. First read in the House on Wednesday, and second read on Thursday.

SB 11 Introduced by Senator McKenna (D), prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating motor vehicles. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Senate Transportation Committee.

SB 16 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), prohibits political subdivisions from using automated photo red light enforcement systems to enforce red light violations Wednesday. Second read and referred to the Senate Local Government Committee on Wednesday.

SB 23 Introduced by Senator Keaveny (D), allows the City of St. Louis to control its police force without state intervention. Second read and referred to the Senate Progress and Development Committee on Wednesday.

SB 24 Introduced by Senator Keaveny (D), increases the fine for seat belt violations from $10 to $50. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Transportation Committee.

SB 30 Introduced by Senator Chappelle-Nadal (D), increases the penalty for the crime of harassment. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

HB 199 Sponsored by Representative Kelley (R), clarifies community service duration for repeat DWI offenders. First read in the House on Thursday.

HB 207 Sponsored by Representative Meadows (D), prohibits political subdivisions from using automated photo red light enforcement systems to enforce red light violations. First read in the House on Thursday.

SB 112 Introduced by Senator Kraus (R), gives immunity from civil or criminal liability to persons reporting suspected child abuse to proper authorities. First read in the Senate on Thursday.

DRUGS & ALCOHOL

SB 31 Introduced by Senator Chappelle-Nadal (D), reduces from 45 to 20 the different types of beer that must be served by certain restaurant bars in order to serve 32 or more ounces of beer for off-premise consumption. Second read and referred to the Senate Small Business Committee on Wednesday.

EDUCATION

HB 179 Sponsored by Representative Nasheed (D), raises the compulsory school attendance age to eighteen. First read in the House on Wednesday second read on Tuesday, and referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

SB 20 Introduced by Senator Wright-Jones (D), modifies the compulsory attendance age for the St. Louis City School District so that students must attend school from five years of age to eighteen years of age. Second read and referred to the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday.

SB 21 Introduced by Senator Wright-Jones (D), requires kindergarten attendance at the start of the school year for children who turn age five at any time during the calendar year. Second read and referred to the Senate Education Committee.

SB 14 Introduced by Senator Pearce (R), requires the State Board of Education to establish criteria for the transfer of students from an unaccredited school district to an accredited district in the same or an adjoining county. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Education Committee.

SB 37 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), establishes the “Students First Interscholastic Athletics Act” to allow each student of high school age the opportunity to seek to participate in interscholastic athletics. Second read and referred to the Senate General laws Committee on Wednesday.

SB 99 Introduced by Senator Chappelle-Nadal (D), modifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

HB 195 Sponsored by Representative Koenig (R), protects teacher academic freedom to teach scientific evidence regarding biological and chemical evolution. First read in the House on Thursday.

ELECTIONS

HB 121 Sponsored by Representative Dugger (R), changes the laws regarding elections. Second read in the House on Monday.

SJR 9 Introduced by Senator Engler (R), allows enabling legislation for photographic identification for voting. First read in the Senate on Monday.

SJR 10 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), lowers the number of State Representatives from 163 to 103. First read in the Senate on Monday.

HJR 7 Sponsored by Representative Hoskins (R), proposes a constitutional amendment reducing the number of members of the House of Representatives from 163 to 103, beginning with the 98th General Assembly. First read in the House on Thursday.

HB 171 Sponsored by Representative Ruzicka (R), allows certain third class cities to cancel any primary election for the office of mayor and councilman. First read in the House on Tuesday, and second read on Wednesday.

HB 180 Sponsored by Representative Nasheed (D), allows election authorities to request voter email addresses to be provided at the option of the voter. First read in the House on Wednesday, second read on Thursday.

SB 3 Introduced by Senator Stouffer (R), establishes photo identification requirements for voting. Second read in the senate on Wednesday and referred to the Elections Committee.

SB 105 Introduced by Senator Green (D), creates an advance voting system for elections. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

SJR 12 Introduced by Senator Green (D), increases term limits for members of the General Assembly from 8 years to 12 years in each house. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

HB 193 Sponsored by Representative Diehl (R), changes the composition of Missouri’s congressional districts. First read in the House on Thursday.

HJR 6 Sponsored by Representative Cierpiot (R), proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right of individuals to vote by secret ballot. First read in the House on Thursday.

FAMILY

HB 122 Sponsored by Representative Webber, requires a person conducting a home inspection to be licensed by the Division of Professional Registration within the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration. Second read in the House on Monday.

HB 129 Sponsored by Representative Barnes (R), prohibits the juvenile court from considering the fact that a natural parent chose not to abort a child when making determinations in certain parental rights cases. Introduced and first read on Monday, second read in the House on Tuesday.

HB 143 Sponsored by Representative Schoeller (R), changes the laws regarding hotline calls reporting child abuse and neglect to the Children’s Division within the Department of Social Services. Introduced and first read on Monday, second read in the House on Tuesday.

SB 35 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), modifies provisions relating to child support when there is equal parenting time. Second read in the Senate, and referred to the Heath Committee.

SB 102 Introduced by Senator Green (D), specifies that work certificates will permit the employment of children fourteen or fifteen years of age. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

SB 116 Introduced by Senator Justus (D), updates the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act. First read in the Senate on Thursday.

PERSONAL FREEDOM

HB 114 Sponsored by Representative Day (R), requires only persons younger than 21 years of age to wear protective headgear when operating or riding as a passenger on any motorcycle or motortricycle. Second read in the House on Monday.

SB 28 Introduced by Senator Brown (R), exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Transportation Committee on Wednesday.

HR 39 Sponsored by Representative Franz (R), calls on the Attorney General to file an independent lawsuit or join 20 state attorneys general in their lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care reform legislation. Adopted in the House on Tuesday.

SR 27 Introduced by Senator Cunningham (R), urges Attorney General Koster to challenge the federal health reform act by joining the other attorneys general in the lawsuit, file an independent lawsuit or join Lt. Governor Kinder’s lawsuit. Offered in the Senate on Tuesday, and referred to the Rules Committee on Wednesday.

HCR 12 Sponsored by Representative Rowland (R), claims sovereignty for the State of Missouri under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government. Offered in the House on Thursday.

ANIMAL RIGHTS

HB 131 Sponsored by Representative Cox (R), amends the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act by limiting it to dog breeders. Introduced and first read on Monday, second read in the House on Tuesday.

SB 4 Introduced by Senator Stouffer (R), repeals the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act. Second on Wednesday and referred to the Senate Agriculture Committee.

SB 113 Introduced by Senator Parson (R), modifies the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act. First read in the Senate on Thursday.

SB 95 Introduced by Senator Munzlinger (R), modifies the Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

IMMIGRATION

HB 167 Sponsored by Representative Nolte (R), requires Missouri driver’s examinations to be administered in English. First read on Tuesday, second read on Wednesday and referred to the House Transportation Committee on Thursday.

HB 168 Sponsored by Representative Nolte (R), requires driver’s licenses, non-driver’s identification, and instruction permits issued to non-U.S. citizens to contain a “non-citizen” emblem. First read on Tuesday and second read on Wednesday in the House.

HB 206 Sponsored by Representative Meadows (D), imposes a fifty thousand dollar fine for business entities or employers hiring illegal immigrants. First read in the House on Thursday.

PORNOGRAPHY & SEX CRIMES

HB 62 Sponsored by Representative Nolte (R), adds citizenship information to the sexual offender registration form and requires the State Highway Patrol to report to the federal government any non-U.S. citizen on the sexual offender registry. Referred to the House International Trade and Job Creation Committee on Thursday.

HB 214 Sponsored by Representative Zerr (R), revises laws regarding human trafficking. First read in the House on Thursday.

SECOND AMENDMENT

HB 113 Sponsored by Representative Day (R), lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry endorsement from 23 to 21 years of age if the person is a member of the armed forces. Second read in the House on Monday.

HB 123 Sponsored by Representative Riddle (R), prohibits the sales tax on firearms or ammunition from being levied at a higher rate than for any sales tax or other excise tax charged on any sporting goods or equipment or any hunting equipment. Second read in the House on Monday.

HB 125 Sponsored by Representative Riddle (R), allows a resident of Missouri to purchase firearms in any state and a resident of any state to purchase firearms in Missouri if he or she conforms to certain laws. Second read in the House on Monday.

HJR 5 Sponsored by Representative Pollock (R), proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing citizens the right to hunt and fish, subject to reasonable regulations and restrictions as provided by law. First read in the House on Wednesday.  Second read on Thursday.

HB 215 Sponsored by Representative Gatschenberger(R), lowers the age for concealed carry endorsements from 23 to 21, extends the endorsement period from 3 to 5 years, and allows Missouri residents to purchase firearms in other states and vice versa. First read in the House on Thursday.

SJR 11 Introduced by Senator Munzlinger (R), asserts the right of Missourians to hunt and fish. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

TAXES

HB 116 Sponsored by Representative Flanigan (R), authorizes an amnesty from the assessment or payment of all penalties, additions to tax, and interest on delinquencies of unpaid taxes which occurred on or prior to December 31, 2010. Second read in the House on Monday.

HB 152 Sponsored by Representative Kelly (D), imposes sales taxes on services and modifies various provisions of sales tax and income tax laws from January 1, 2014, to December 31, 2018. First read in the House on Tuesday, second read on Wednesday.

HB 175 Sponsored by Representative McNeil (D), increases from $14,300 to $16,000 the minimum base used to calculate the senior citizens property tax credit, commonly known as circuit breaker. First read in the House on Wednesday, and second read on Thursday.

HB 181 Sponsored by Representative Nasheed (D), increases the excise tax on cigarettes from 17 cents to 33 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes to be deposited, less a 3% collection fee, into the General Revenue Fund. First tread in the House on Wednesday and second read on Thursday.

SB 15 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), allows full deductibility of federal taxes for state income tax purposes. Second read and referred to the Senate Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday.

SB 18 Introduced by Senator Schmitt (R), caps corporate income taxes at two million dollars. Second read and referred to the Senate Economic Development Committee on Wednesday.

SB 19 Introduced by Senator Schmitt (R), phases-out the corporate franchise tax over a five year period. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Jobs, Economic Development and Local Government Committee on Wednesday.

SB 100 Introduced by Senator Stouffer (R), creates a tax credit for contributions to developmental disability care providers and modifies provisions of the residential treatment agency tax credit program. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

HCS HB 45 Sponsored by Representative Hoskins, changes the laws regarding the Big Government Get Off My Back Act and provides an income tax deduction for certain small businesses that create new full-time jobs. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Wednesday.  Reported do pass in the Senate Rules Committee on Thursday.

HB 76 Sponsored by Representative Nolte (R), limits the tax liability of a corporation for corporate franchise taxes to no more than $2 million annually. Referred to the House Tax Reform Committee on Thursday.

HJR 8 Sponsored by Representative Koenig (R), proposes a constitutional amendment relating to a revenue-neutral replacement of all taxes on income with an amended sales and use tax. First read in the House on Thursday.

VETERANS

HB 136 Sponsored by Representative Day (R), allows a spouse of an active member of the United States Armed Forces to be eligible for unemployment benefits if accompanying the military spouse in the event of a military transfer. Introduced and first read on Monday, second read in the House on Tuesday.

HB 149 Sponsored by Representative Day (R), extends the sunset date on the Missouri military family relief fund to December 31, 2017. First read in the House on Tuesday.

HB 150 Sponsored by Representative Stephen Webber (D), requires Missouri state employees to be compensated an amount equal to the difference between their military compensation and their state salary when their military leave of absence exceeds 120 hours. First read in the House on Tuesday, and second read on Wednesday.

HCR 7 Sponsored by Representative Walton Gray (D), encourages the Missouri Veterans Commission to work with the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to address the needs of women veterans and formally honors the heroic service of women veterans. Offered in the House on Tuesday.

HCR 11 Sponsored by Representative Nolte (R), urges Congress to designate the Liberty Memorial at the National World War I Museum in Kansas City as the National World War I Memorial Tuesday. Offered in the House.

HB 149 Sponsored by Representative Day (R), extends the sunset date on the Missouri military family relief fund to December 31, 2017. Second read in the House on Wednesday.

SB 27 Introduced by Senator Brown (R), allows spouses who leave employment to follow their military spouses in the event of a military transfer, to qualify for unemployment compensation. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Veterans’ Affairs Committee on Wednesday.

SB 34 Introduced by Senator Stouffer (R), allows spouses who leave employment to follow their military spouses in the event of a military transfer, to qualify for unemployment compensation. Second read in the Senate and referred to the Veterans’ Affairs Committee on Wednesday.

SB 106 Introduced by Senator Green (D), allows persons who have been awarded the combat action badge to obtain “COMBAT ACTION” specialized license plates. First read in the Senate on Wednesday.

HB 204 Sponsored by Representative Hoskins (D), allows military personnel on active duty to renew drivers licenses without examination when renewal is initiated within a specified time from discharge or return to the state. First read in the House on Thursday.

OTHER

HCR 9 Sponsored by Representative Barnes (R), submits an official application by the State of Missouri for the calling of a federal amendment convention. First read in the House on Tuesday, second read on Wednesday and referred to the General Laws Committee.

HB 115 Sponsored by Representative Schad (R), specifies that the Department of Conservation will have ownership and title to all wild elk in Missouri and will be financially responsible for any damage caused by wild elk. Second read in the House on Monday.

HB 130 Sponsored by Representative Barnes (R), enacts the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act. Introduced and first read on Monday, second read in the House on Tuesday.

HB 145 Sponsored by Representative Schoeller (R), requires entities receiving state funds to publish the name and compensation of each lobbyist lobbying for the entity. Introduced and first read on Monday, second read in the House on Tuesday.

HJR 4 Sponsored by Representative Barnes (R), proposes a constitutional amendment which would place new limitations on increases in salaries for public officers and members of the General Assembly. Second read in the House.

HR 39 Sponsored by Representative Franz (R), calls on the Attorney General to file an independent lawsuit or join 20 state attorneys general in their lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care reform legislation. Voted do pass, and reported out of the House Rules Committee on Monday in the House.

SB 89 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), abolishes the state public defender system and requires circuit courts to provide legal defense for indigents. First read in the Senate on Monday.

SCR 3 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen’s Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials. Referred to the Senate Rules Committee on Monday.

HB 139 Sponsored by Representative Smith (R), requires school district and local government financial information to be included on the Missouri Accountability Portal. Second read in the House on Tuesday.

SB 91 Introduced by Senator Engler (R), modifies funeral protest provisions. First read in the Senate on Tuesday.

HCS HB 73 & 47 Sponsored by Representative Brandom and Cookson, requires certain recipients of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program benefits to be tested for the illegal use of controlled substances. Voted do pass out of the House General Laws Committee, and referred to the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

SB 5 Introduced by Senator Stouffer (R), requires drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion. Second read and referred to the Senate Health Committee on Wednesday.

SB 7 Introduced by Senator Goodman (R), requires drug testing for work-eligible TANF applicants and recipients based upon reasonable suspicion. Second read and referred to the Senate Health committee on Wednesday.

HB 192 Sponsored by Representative Tim Jones (R), modifies and creates provisions relating to environmental protection. First read in the House on Wednesday and second read on Thursday.

SB 1 Introduced by Senator Ridgeway (R), bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices. Second read and referred to the Senate General Laws Committee on Wednesday.

SB 6 Introduced by Senator Goodman (R), enacts provisions relating to faith-based community health  centers. Second read and referred to the Senate Health Committee on Wednesday.

HB 198 Sponsored by Representative Denison (R), designates December 25th as “Christmas Day” in Missouri. First read in the House on Thursday.

HB 202 Sponsored by Representative Hoskins (R), specifies that for two years the daily expense allowance for members of the General Assembly will remain the same as the rate in effect on September 30, 2010. First read in the House on Thursday.

HB 205 Sponsored by Representative Elmer, changes laws regarding unlawful discriminatory practices in employment as they relate to the Missouri Human Rights Law. First read in the House on Thursday.

HCR 14 Sponsored by Representative Tim Jones (R), designates February 6, 2011, as “Ronald Reagan Day” in Missouri in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of our 40th President of the United States. Offered in the House on Thursday.

SB 109 Introduced by Senator Crowell (R), bars employers from requiring employees to engage in or cease engaging in certain labor practices. First read in the Senate on Thursday.

SCR 3 Introduced by Senator Lembke (R), disapproves the salary recommendations of the Citizen’s Commission on Compensation for Elected Officials. Heard in the Senate Rules Committee on Thursday.

Next Week Expectations

Monday, January 17th

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Day

No Legislative Activities

Tuesday, January 18th

House Agriculture Policy Loehner, Tom (R-112) Vice Reiboldt, Bill (R-130)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011                             12:00 PM                                HR 6

Note: Organizational Meeting

House Emerging Issues in Animal Agriculture Wright, Billy Pat – (R-159) Vice Asbury, Randy-(R-22)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011                 5:00 pm or upon afternoon adjournment   HR 1

Note: Informational/Organizational Meeting

House General Laws Franz, Ward – (R-151) Vice Richardson, Todd-(R-154)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011                                         12:00 PM                                       HR 4

HCR 5 — RENEWABLE ENERGY STANDARD Sponsor: Smith, Jason T(R-150) Disapproves and suspends a proposed

amendment to 4CSR 240-20.100 regarding the Electric Utility Renewable Energy Standards Requirements.

HCR 9 — CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION Sponsor: Barnes, Jay Owen(R-114)

Co-Sponsor: Jones, Timothy (R-089) Submits an official application by the State of Missouri for the calling of a federal

amendment convention .

House Appropriations – Agriculture and Natural Resources Cauthorn, John – (R-21) Vice Hough, Lincoln-(R-140)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011                             2:00 PM                                  HR 4

Note: Organizational Meeting Public Testimony

House Appropriations – Education Lair, Mike – (R-7) Vice Rowland, Lyle-(R-143)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011                             2:00 PM                                  HR 1

Note: Organization Meeting, Public Testimony                     Executive session may follow.

House Appropriations – Health, Mental Health, and Social Services Flanigan, Tom – (R-127) Vice Lichtenegger, Donna-(R-157)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011                             2:00 PM                                  HR 5

Note: Department of Mental Health overview. May reconvene upon afternoon adjournment.

Senate Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics, Senator Tom Dempsey, Chairman

Tuesday, January 18                                                   2:30 p.m.                                     Senate Lounge

SR 27 – Cunningham  Urges Attorney General Koster to challenge the federal health reform act by joining the other attorneys

general in the lawsuit, file an independent lawsuit or join Lt. Governor Kinder’s lawsuit

Wednesday, January 19th

Senate Transportation, Senator Bill Stouffer, Chairman

Wednesday, January 19                                              8:00 a.m.                                     SCR 1

SB 11 – McKenna Prohibits all drivers, regardless of age, from text messaging while operating motor vehicles

SB 45 – Wright-Jones  Requires official motor vehicle inspection and emission stations to have liability insurance to cover

any possible damages to a vehicle during an inspection

SB 33 – Stouffer  Repeals a provision of law which requires the department of transportation to submit to binding arbitration

in negligence actions

SB 28 – Brown  Exempts motorcyclists age 21 and older from wearing a helmet when operating a motorcycle or motortricycle

House Appropriations – Education Lair, Mike – (R-7) Vice Rowland, Lyle-(R-143)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011                                    2:00 PM                                       HR 1

Note: Public Testimony (continued)

House Appropriations – General Admin. Parkinson, Mark – (R-16) Vice Barnes, Jay-(R-114)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011                                    1:00 PM                                       HR 3

Note: Organizational Meeting

House Appropriations – Health, Mental Health, and Social Services Flanigan, Tom – (R-127) Vice Lichtenegger, Donna-(R-157)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011                                    2:00 PM                                       HR 5

Note: Department of Social Services overview.

House Budget Silvey, Ryan – (R-38) Vice Stream, Rick-(R-94)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011                                    8:00 AM                                       HR 3

Note: Organizational Meeting

House Crime Prevention & Public Safety Schad, Rodney (R-115) Vice Marshall, Nick-(R-30)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011                                    12:00 PM                                       HR 4

Note: Organizational Meeting 911 Presentation by Lisa M. Schlottach President, Missouri 911 Directors Association

Thursday, January 20th

House Appropriations – Health, Mental Health, and Social Services Flanigan, Tom – (R-127) Vice Lichtenegger, Donna-(R-157)

Thursday, January 20, 2011                                        8:00 AM                                       HR 3

Note: Department of Health and Senior Services overview. May reconvene after morning adjournment.

House Downsizing State Government McNary, Cole – (R-86) Vice Curtman, Paul-(R-105)

Thursday, January 20, 2011                                        8:00 AM                                       HR 4

HB 139 — MISSOURI ACCOUNTABILITY PORTAL             Sponsor: Smith, Jason T(R-150)

Co-Sponsor: Leach, Melissa (R-137) Requires the Office of Administration to maintain public school and county

government accountability information on the Missouri Accountability Portal.

Senate Appropriations, Senator Kurt Schaefer, Chairman

Thursday, January 20                                                  8:00 a.m.                                     SCR 2

Overview of the FY 2012 Governor Recommendations

Committee to take testimony in the afternoon related to:

Department of Higher Education

Department of Conservation

Department of Agriculture

Department of Natural Resources

Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions & Professional Registration

Department of Labor & Industrial Relations