Defending traditional families

Under the Dome: February 26, 2012

Last Week In Review

 

ABORTION

HB 1357 Introduced by Representative Gatschenberger (R), specifies that the constitutions and laws of the United States and Missouri must protect the rights of an alternative-to-abortion agency and its officers to freely engage in activities without interference. Heard in the House Children and Families Committee on Wednesday.

 

 

CRIME

HB 1167 Introduced by Representative Wright (R), Billy Pat establishes Caylee’s Law which requires any parent or guardian to report the death or disappearance of a child within a specified time period. Heard in the House Crime Committee on Monday.

 

HB 1292 Introduced by Representative Kelley (R), specifies that a person commits the crime of false identification if he or she falsely represents or identifies himself or herself as another person to a law enforcement officer. Heard in the House Crime Committee on Monday.

 

HB 1767 Introduced by Representative Allen (R), changes the sunset provision for the cyber crime investigation fund, the cyber crime grant program, and the panel to award such grants to a ten-year expiration date of August 28, 2022. Second read in the House on Monday.

 

HB 1271 Introduced by Representative Houghton (R), changes the laws regarding the penalty for certain crimes, such as impersonating an officer to gain access to personal property. Heard in the House General Laws Committee on Tuesday, second read on Wednesday.

 

HB 1790 Introduced by Representative Torpey (R), changes the requirements for court admissibility of statements of children. First read in the House on Tuesday, second read on Wednesday.

 

HCS HB 1286 Introduced by Representative Higdon (R), changes the laws regarding a landowner’s liability as it applies to an individual trespassing on the owner’s land. Voted do pass out of the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

 

HCS HB 1323 Introduced by Representative Black (D), establishes Sam Pratt’s Law which authorizes the Department of Health and Senior Services to prohibit an unlicensed child care provider from continuing to provide services if there are pending criminal charges. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1350 Introduced by Representative Schupp (D), establishes Nathan’s Law which changes the laws regarding child care facilities. Referred to the House Professional Registration and Licensing Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1615 Introduced by Representative Oxford (D), changes the laws regarding actions against a person for conduct or speech at a public hearing or meeting. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1796 Introduced by Representative Introduced by Representative Houghton (R), creates various crimes relating to animal facilities and crop protection. First read in the House on Tuesday.

 

HCS HB 1045 Introduced by Representative Day (R), specifies that the amendments to the requirements for obtaining a concealed carry endorsement enacted in 2011 do not apply to renewals of unexpired endorsements issued prior to August 28, 2011. Reported do pass out of the House General Laws Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1129 Introduced by Representative Largent (R), specifies that it is an unlawful merchandising practice to misrepresent the geographic location of a business. Referred to the House Local Government Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1171 Introduced by Representative Franz (R), changes the age when the juvenile court will have jurisdiction over a child involving a state or local traffic violation from a child up to 15 1/2 years of age to a child up to 15 years of age. Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1282 Introduced by Representative Houghton (R), requires the Department of Conservation to provide an applicant or licensee for a hunting, trapping, or fishing license or permit with a copy of its current violation code and point system list. Referred to the House Natural Resources Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1317 Introduced by Representative Riddle (R), specifies that a person commits the crime of child abuse if he or she knowingly causes physical injury to a child which results in shaken baby syndrome. Returned to the original House committee on Thursday.

 

HCS HB 1319, 1045 & 1369 Introduced by Representative Riddle (R), lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry endorsement from 21 to 18 years of age and other provisions relating to fire arms. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1422 Introduced by Representative Marshall (R), revises the laws regarding DNA profiling analysis. Referred to the House Crime Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1480 Introduced by Representative Schieffer (D), changes the laws regarding the state’s No-call List and political telephone solicitations. Referred to the House Utilities Committee on Thursday.

 

HCS HB 1549 Introduced by Representative Richardson (R), changes the laws regarding the state’s No-call List by allowing a person to place his or her cell phone number on the list. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1565 Introduced by Representative Cauthorn (R), requires mandatory reporters of child abuse to report only while working or acting in their official capacity and allows, but does not require, reporting when they are off duty. Referred to the House Children and Families Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1568 Introduced by Representative McManus (D), changes the laws regarding the Safe Place for Newborns Act by increasing the number of days that a parent can relinquish physical custody of a newborn without being prosecuted. Referred to the House Children and Families Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1572 Introduced by Representative Weter (R). changes the laws regarding bullying in schools. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1689 Introduced by Representative Sommer (R), changes the elements of the crime of abuse of a child to include Shaken Baby Syndrome. Referred to the House General Laws Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1690 Introduced by Representative May (D), changes the definitions and expungement of records requirements for criminal nonsupport convictions. Referred to the House General Laws Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1799 Introduced by Representative Colona (D), requires all custodial interrogations to be recorded by removing the exemption when it is not feasible. Second read in the House Thursday.

 

HB 1831 Introduced by Representative Stream (R), prohibits spanking from being used in a public school on any student with an individualized education plan who is receiving special education services. First read in the House on Thursday.

 

HB 1832 Introduced by Representative Wanda Brown (R), provides a form which may be used and if used must be accepted for proof of firearms safety instructor qualification and for proof of firearms safety training for the applicant for a concealed carry vendor. First read in the House on Thursday.

 

HCR 43 Introduced by Representative Franklin (R), encourages every school district and school in Missouri to promote and include trap shooting as a high school sport. Offered in the House on Thursday.

 

 

DRUGS & ALCOHOL

HB 1551 Introduced by Representative Cookson (R), creates the crime of operating a motorized vessel with excessive blood alcohol content when a person operates a motorized vessel on any navigable waterway with a blood alcohol content of .08 of 1% or more. Heard in the House Crime Committee on Wednesday.

 

 

EDUCATION

HB 1174 Introduced by Representative Lair (R), changes the laws regarding school accreditation by authorizing the State Board of Education to establish an alternative governing structure for a failing school district. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Monday.

 

HB 1722 Introduced by Representative Thomson (R), changes the laws regarding proprietary schools. Heard in the House Education Committee on Tuesday.

 

HB 1789 Introduced by Representative Schad (R), modifies provisions relating to travel hardships of public school pupils. First read in the House on Tuesday, second read on Wednesday, referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1577 Introduced by Representative Largent (R), requires schools to implement specified criteria regarding the enrollment and educational success of foster care children. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Wednesday.

 

HCS HB 1740 Introduced by Representative Dieckhaus (R), changes the laws regarding school operations including the Passport Scholarship Program, school accreditation, the education funding formula and teacher tenure. Voted do pass out of the House Education Committee and referred to the Rules Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1042 Introduced by Representative Thomson (R), adds additional duties to those of the Coordinating Board for Higher Education within the Department of Higher Education and gives it authority to charge for specific services. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1276 Introduced by Representative Koenig (R), requires the State Board of Education and other public school entities to encourage students to explore scientific questions and to assist teaching of scientific theories of biological or chemical evolution. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1519 Introduced by Representative McGhee (R), requires any remaining cash assets of a closed charter school to be returned to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1595 Introduced by Representative Lampe (D), establishes an Advisory Council on the Education of Gifted and Talented Children. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1596 Introduced by Representative Lampe (D), requires the state board of education to designate a staff person to be in charge of educational programs for gifted and talented children. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1624 Introduced by Representative Ellinger (D), changes the laws regarding clemency in death penalty cases. Referred to the House Crime Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1625 Introduced by Representative Ellinger (D), prohibits any state agent from seeking the death penalty on the basis of race and permits the use of statistical evidence in certain criminal and post-conviction relief proceedings in death penalty case. Referred to the House Crime Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1650 Introduced by Representative Spreng (D), allows school districts and charter schools to establish and implement an age-appropriate curriculum to educate students about domestic violence. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1681 Introduced by Representative Neth (R), increases the penalty for the crime of assault on a police animal to a class A misdemeanor. Referred to the House Crime Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1708 Introduced by Representative Bahr (R), prohibits the state board of education and DESE from adopting or implementing the Common Core State Standards developed by the Common Core Standards Initiative. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1819 Introduced by Representative Tishaura Jones (D), modifies provisions relating to alternative educational procedures for charter schools. First read in the House on Thursday.

 

HB 1829 Introduced by Representative McNeil (D), establishes a grant program for unaccredited and provisionally accredited districts that commit to extended instructional time to improve academic achievement. First read in the House on Thursday.

 

HB 1830 Introduced by Representative Stream (R), exempts certain school districts governed by a special administrative board from having to pay tuition and transportation for students who attend an accredited school under certain circumstances. First read in the House on Thursday.

 

HB 1834 Introduced by Representative Funderburk (R), establishes the Extracurricular and Interscholastic Opportunities Anti-Discrimination Act. First read in the House on Thursday.

 

 

ELECTIONS

HB 1059 Introduced by Representative Dugger (R), changes the required percentage necessary to initiate a recount of the votes cast in an election. Perfected on Monday, third read in the House on Wednesday.

 

HB 1781 Introduced by Representative Nasheed (D), reenacts provisions requiring candidates for public office to file disclosure reports and pay ethics fees before filing for and taking office that were held unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. First read in the House on Monday.

 

SB 773 Introduced by Senator Introduced by Senator Parson (R) (R), establishes a March 27 to April 24 filing period for the 2012 state primary election. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Monday, referred to House Fiscal Review on Wednesday, third read in the House on Thursday.

 

HB 1046 Introduced by Representative Rowland (R), requires proof of identity and status as a United States natural born citizen for the office of President and Vice President to be submitted with other required certification documents to the Secretary of State. Voted do pass out of the House Elections Committee on Tuesday, referred to the House Rules Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1052 Introduced by Representative Allen (R), establishes a closed primary election system. Heard in the House Elections Committee on Tuesday.

 

HB 1781 Introduced by Representative Nasheed (D), reenacts provisions requiring candidates for public office to file disclosure reports and pay ethics fees before filing for and taking office that were held unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. Second read in the House on Tuesday.

 

HCS HJR 41 Introduced by Representative Nasheed (D), proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting anyone elected to the General Assembly after November 1, 2008, from serving more than 16 years in any one house nor more than 16 years total in both houses. Perfected in the House, and referred to Fiscal Review Committee on Tuesday, voted out on Thursday.

 

SB 773 Introduced by Senator Introduced by Senator Parson (R) (R), establishes a March 27 to April 24 filing period for the 2012 state primary election. Voted do pass on Tuesday.

 

HCS HB 1442 Introduced by Representative Jason Smith (R), fills a vacancy in the office of United States Senator, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Auditor, or State Treasurer by appointment by the Governor or a special election. Referred to the House Fiscal Review Committee on Wednesday, third read in the House on Thursday.

 

HB 1236 Introduced by Representative Entlicher (R), changes the laws regarding the Fair Ballot Access Act by repealing the provision which requires a petition to form a new political party to contain the name of a resident of each Congressional district. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1340 Introduced by Representative Dugger (R), specifies that the county commission must appoint an interim county official when there is a vacancy in the office of county clerk, collector, or assessor. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

SJR 26 Introduced by Senator Lager (R), proposes a constitutional amendment to create term limits for all statewide elected officials. Reported to the House and first read on Thursday.

 

 

FAMILY

HB 1758 Introduced by Representative Long (R), allows any person having a parent/child relationship with a minor child who is not the biological or legal parent to petition the court for custody and visitation rights. Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on Monday.

 

HB 1296 Introduced by Representative Davis (R), establishes the custody and visitation rights of a deploying military parent. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Tuesday.

 

HB 1792 Introduced by Representative Franz (R), requires school districts to adopt policies on school-parent communications that provide that parents with joint legal or joint physical custody both receive copies of school communications. First read in the House on Tuesday, second read on Wednesday.

 

HB 1088 Introduced by Representative White (R), requires a checklist form to be completed prior to finalizing an adoption which verifies that all documents and procedures have been submitted, followed, and reviewed by the judge. Voted do pass out of the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1152 Introduced by Representative Burlison (R), extends the provisions regarding the Children in Crisis Tax Credit to August 28, 2018. Heard in the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1208 Introduced by Representative Barnes (R), specifies that the termination of parental rights in the case of rape cannot extinguish or bar the ordering or enforcement of a child support obligation for a child born as a result of the rape. Heard in the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

 

HCS HB 1313 Introduced by Representative Nolte (R), limits the increase in assessed valuation of residential property by the percentage of increase in the Social Security benefits for the elderly and disabled who own and live in their principal residence. Voted do pass out of the House Local Government Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1491 Introduced by Representative Haefner (R), requires a mandatory reporter of child abuse and neglect to make a report and removes the option of causing a report to be made. Heard in the House Children and Families Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1803 Introduced by Representative Korman (R). specifies the requirements for certification of school social workers. First read in the House on Wednesday.

 

HB 1258 Introduced by Representative Kelly (D), changes the laws regarding the acknowledgment of paternity and consent to an adoption. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1362 Introduced by Representative Schieffer (D), reauthorizes the tax credit for a donation to a food pantry. Referred to the House Children and Families Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1489 Introduced by Representative McCaherty (R), freezes the assessed valuation of residential property owned by certain taxpayers 67 years of age or older and limits increases in their property taxes. Heard in the House Ways and Means Committee on Thursday.

 

HCS HB 1576 Introduced by Representative Largent (R), allows certain state-licensed foster parents to purchase health insurance from the Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan at the premium rate established for state employees. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

 

IMMIGRATION

HCS HB 1186 & 1147 Introduced by Representative Parkinson (R), requires Missouri driver’s license examinations to only be administered in English. Third read and passed through the House on Thursday.

 

 

SECOND AMENDMENT

HB 1045 Introduced by Representative Day (R), specifies that the amendments to the requirements for obtaining a concealed carry endorsement enacted in 2011 do not apply to renewals of unexpired endorsements issued prior to August 28, 2011.  Public hearing held in the House General Laws Committee on Tuesday and voted “Do Pass”, referred to House Rules Committee as part of HCS HB 1319, 1045 & 1369 on Thursday.

 

HB 1319 Introduced by Representative Riddle (R), lowers the age at which a person can obtain a concealed carry endorsement from 21 to 18 years of age.  Public hearing held in the House General Laws Committee on Tuesday and voted “Do Pass”, referred to House Rules Committee as part of HCS HB 1319, 1045 & 1369 on Thursday.

 

HB 1326 Introduced by Representative Cox (R), establishes the Business Premises Safety Act. Heard in the House General Laws Committee on Tuesday.

 

HB 1369 Introduced by Representative Fitzwater, (R), allows any person with a valid concealed carry endorsement to openly carry firearms on or about his or her person or in a vehicle regardless of any other state law or local ordinance.  Public hearing held in the House General Laws Committee on Tuesday and voted “Do Pass”, referred to House Rules Committee as part of HCS HB 1319, 1045 & 1369 on Thursday.

 

HB 1621 Introduced by Representative Wanda Brown (R), specifies that it will be an unlawful employment practice to discriminate against an individual because he or she has a concealed carry endorsement or uses a firearm for a lawful purpose. Heard in the House General Laws Committee on Tuesday.

 

HJR 59 Introduced by Representative Pollock (R), proposes a constitutional amendment guaranteeing citizens the right to hunt, fish, trap, and harvest wildlife using traditionally approved devices or methods. Heard in the House Rural Development Committee on Tuesday.

 

HB 1683 Introduced by Representative Brattin (R), requires 911 operators to receive training on state laws regarding self-defense and defense of others. Referred to the House General Laws Committee on Thursday.

 

 

TAXES

HB 1101 Introduced by Representative Brattin (R), authorizes Missouri to enter into the multistate streamlined Sales and Use Tax Agreement, eliminates all state tax credits, phases in a flat income tax rate, and increases the sales and use tax by .25%. Referred to the House Ways and Means Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1536 Introduced by Representative Burlison (R), allows, upon voter approval, a political subdivision to replace any personal property taxes levied for funding the political subdivision with a revenue-neutral increase in local sales or real property taxes. Referred to the House Tax Reform Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1718 Introduced by Representative Scharnhorst (R), establishes Bryce’s Law which authorizes a tax credit for a person donating to a scholarship-granting organization for special needs students if it is not claimed on his or her federal income tax return. Referred to the House Education Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1800 Introduced by Representative Johnson (R), authorizes a state and local sales and use tax exemption for specified farm products sold at a farmers’ market. Second read in the House on Thursday.

 

 

VETERANS

HB 1128 Introduced by Representative Largent (R), authorizes the presentation of a Missouri National Guard Overseas Training Ribbon, a Missouri National Guard State Partnership Program Ribbon, and the Order of Minuteman Award. Perfected on Monday, third read on Wednesday.

 

HB 1517 Introduced by Representative Nolte (R), authorizes the issuance of a military medallion, medal, and certificate to certain veterans who served in specified conflicts regardless of whether they are or ever were legal Missouri residents. Perfected in the House on Monday.

 

HB 1731 Introduced by Representative Day (R), changes the laws regarding the distribution of gaming moneys. Heard in the House Veterans Committee on Monday, reported do pass on Thursday.

 

HB 1347 Introduced by Representative Franz (R), gives a bidding preference in a state contract for products and services manufactured, produced, or assembled by certain veteran-owned businesses headquartered in Missouri. Third read and passed through the House on Wednesday.

 

HB 1517 Introduced by Representative Nolte (R), authorizes the issuance of a military medallion, medal, and certificate to certain veterans who served in specified conflicts regardless of whether they are or ever were legal Missouri residents. Third read in the House on Wednesday.

 

HCR 12 Introduced by Representative Davis (R), designates the Honor and Remember Flag as the State of Missouri’s emblem of service and sacrifice of service men and women who have given their lives in the line of duty. Adopted in the House on Wednesday.

 

HCS HB 1098 & 1084 Introduced by Representative Shumake (R), adds veterans’ charitable organizations to the zoning exception regarding the establishment of a retail business selling donated goods in an area where other businesses engage in retail sales. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1265  Introduced by Representative Kander (D), establishes the Veteran Workforce Act which requires the Office of Administration to develop rules and regulations ensuring a uniform hiring preference for veterans, disabled veterans, and their spouses. Referred to the House Veterans Committee on Thursday.

 

 

OTHER

HB 1512 Introduced by Representative Curtman (R), establishes the Civil Liberties Defense Act which specifies how courts may rule in contractual disputes involving the laws of other countries and in jurisdictional issues involving other countries. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Monday.

 

HB 1768 Introduced by Representative Hinson (R), changes provisions relating to statewide 911 services. First read in the House on Monday.

 

HCR 41 Introduced by Representative Curtman (R), declares the General Assembly’s strong opposition to the newest regulation under the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act which is contrary to the laws of Missouri. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Monday, adopted in the House on Wednesday.

 

HCS HJR 61 Introduced by Representative Loehner (R), proposes a constitutional amendment affirming the right of persons to raise livestock in a manner adhering to state and local laws.  Introduced by Representative Nance (R)s as enacted at a specified time. Perfected in the House on Monday, reported out of the House Fiscal Review Committee on Thursday.

 

HJR 82 Introduced by Representative Wyatt (R), proposes a constitutional amendment altering the composition of the judicial Commission on Retirement, Removal, and Discipline. First read in the House on Monday.

 

HB 1149 Introduced by Representative Gatschenberger (R), requires an applicant taking the written portion of the driver’s license examination to pay a $10 fee. Voted do pass out of the House Transportation Committee on Tuesday.

 

HB 1688 Introduced by Representative Guernsey (R), specifies that any organization or entity that reintroduces any species of animal into this state must be financially responsible for any damage caused by the animal. Heard in the House Agri- Business Committee on Tuesday.

 

HCR 30 Introduced by Representative Hampton (R), strongly urges the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to re-examine the flood plan, manage the rivers to avoid devastating flooding, and rebuild damaged levies.  Heard in the House Agri-Business Committee on Tuesday.

 

SB 464 Introduced by Senator Schaaf (R), prohibits the establishment and operation of health insurance exchanges in Missouri unless certain criteria are met. Referred to the House Health Insurance Committee on Tuesday.

 

HCS HB 1444 Introduced by Representative Jason Smith (R), prohibits the sterilization, adoption, euthanasia, or other disposal of animals seized or removed from an owner until final disposition of the charges against the owner. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1494 Introduced by Representative Schoeller (R), requires any entity receiving state funds to publish the name and compensation of each lobbyist employed by the entity and the name and membership dues paid to any other entity. Heard in the House Local Government Committee on Wednesday.

 

HB 1810 Introduced by Representative Tim Jones (R), bars entities that invest in the energy sector in Iran from contracting with the state and political subdivisions. First read in the House on Wednesday.

 

HB 1029 Introduced by Representative Flanigan (R), requires the Oversight Division of the Committee on Legislative Research to conduct program evaluations of state agencies, including budget transparency and accountability. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HCS HB 1108 Introduced by Representative Lauer (R), requires telecommunications carriers and certain commercial mobile service providers to provide caller location information in certain emergency situations. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1324 Introduced by Representative Loehner (R), affirms the right of Missouri citizens to raise livestock in a manner adhering to state and local laws and ordinances as enacted on August 28, 2012, or at the commencement of operations. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1404 Introduced by Representative Reiboldt (R), designates the month of December as “Pet Breeders Appreciation Month”. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1513 Introduced by Representative Franz (R), prohibits any state law from providing an animal a right, privilege, or legal status that is equivalent to or exceeds those of a human being. Reported do pass out of the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HCS HB 1637 Introduced by Representative Curtman (R), establishes the Missouri Sound Money Act of 2012 which changes the laws regarding legal tender. Voted do pass out of the House Ways and Means Committee on Thursday.

 

HB 1797 Introduced by Representative Johnson (R), requires out-of-state persons or groups who wish to protest a funeral in this state pay, prior to the protest, a $15,000 fee to local law enforcement agency in area where the protest will be held. Second read in the House on Thursday.

 

HJR 52 Introduced by Representative Ruzicka (R), proposes a constitutional amendment requiring a two-thirds majority for voter approval of any initiative petition relating to harvesting bird, fish, game, wildlife, or forestry resources. Referred to the House Rules Committee on Thursday.

 

HJR 78 Introduced by Representative Schad (R), proposes a constitutional amendment requiring all meetings of apportionment commissions to be conducted in public. Referred to the House Judicial Reform Committee on Thursday.

 

SB 484 Introduced by Senator Rupp (R), modifies the state do-not-call list and creates “paid for by” requirements for political phone calls. Reported to the House and first read on Thursday.