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Bill Tracking - 3/30/2012
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MASL
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03-19-2012 thru 03-30-2012 

 

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HB 1043
ThomsonChanges the laws regarding the state school funding formula.
Bill History:02-01-12 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1051
AllenRequires the State Auditor to perform, on a one-time basis, a comparative audit of at least five, but no more than 10, of the largest state agencies and of each chamber of the General Assembly.
Bill History:03-29-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Financial/Gov. Org. and Elections


HB 1102
SwingerModifies provisions of mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse.
Bill History:04-04-12 H Meeting set for 8:00 AM, HR 1 House-Children and Families


HB 1109
BrattinProhibits any governmental entity or public setting from banning or otherwise restricting the practice, mention, celebration, or discussion of any federal holiday.
Bill History:03-30-12 H Set on the House Calendar


HB 1133
BarnesAuthorizes an income tax deduction for education expenses for educating a dependent.
Bill History:02-02-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1135
Smith-150Requires the termination of all administrative rules based on the time of promulgation and allows an agency to repromulgate a rule that is set to terminate.
Bill History:03-01-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Jobs, Eco. Devo. and Local Government


HB 1140
Smith-150Requires the Office of Administration to maintain public school and county and municipal government accountability information on the Missouri Accountability Portal.
Bill History:03-27-12 S Hearing conducted


HB 1157
RowlandChanges the laws regarding the deadlines for the notification of reemployment and the offering of teacher contracts.
Bill History:03-07-12 H Voted do pass from committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1227
BrattinEstablishes the Missouri Standard Science Act which requires the equal treatment of science instruction regarding evolution and intelligent design.
Bill History:02-01-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1276
KoenigRequires the State Board of Education and other public school entities to encourage students to explore scientific questions and to allow the teaching of scientific theories of biological or chemical evolution.
Bill History:02-23-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1366
FitzwaterRequires the school board of each school district and charter school to establish and maintain an evaluation system for teachers and teaching.
Bill History:02-01-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1386
AullEstablishes a system for distributing school funding in years when the school funding formula is not fully funded and when it is overfunded.
Bill History:02-07-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1387
AullAllows a school district to use a calendar based on hours of attendance, rather than hours and days of attendance, if the minimum number of hours is at least 1,073.
Bill History:03-07-12 H Voted do pass as substitute from committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1388
AullChanges the laws regarding teacher tenure.
Bill History:02-08-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1425
McNaryRequires each school district to establish a comprehensive program for student academic progression.
Bill History:03-29-12 H Meeting set for Upon Morning Adj., HR 6 House-Rules


HB 1472
CarterAllows a teacher within the Public School Retirement System of St. Louis to retire when the teacher's age added to the number of years of credited service is not less than 80 instead of 85.
Bill History:01-25-12 H Read second time


HB 1526
DieckhausChanges the laws regarding teacher contracts and establishes the Teacher Multiyear Contract Act.
Bill History:02-01-12 H Public hearing completed


HB 1565
CauthornRequires mandatory reporters of child abuse to report when they are working or acting in their official capacity and allows them to report when they are not.
Bill History:04-04-12 H Meeting set for 8:00 AM, HR 1 House-Children and Families


HB 1591
FlaniganAdds Jasper County to the list of counties authorized to impose, upon voter approval, a sales tax to operate and maintain public libraries within the library district.
Bill History:02-02-12 H Read second time


HB 1597
LampeChanges the laws regarding bullying in schools.
Bill History:03-08-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


HB 1601
WebberDesignates the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November as a public holiday known as "Election Day".
Bill History:02-02-12 H Read second time


HB 1673
EllingerIncreases the excise tax on cigarettes of 17 cents per pack of 20 cigarettes by 4 cents per pack per year for four years until the excise tax on cigarettes reaches 33 cents per pack.
Bill History:02-08-12 H Read second time


HB 1740
DieckhausChanges the laws regarding school operations including the Passport Scholarship Program, school accreditation, and the education funding formula.
Bill History:02-28-12 H Not heard in committee House-Rules


HB 1893
CarterModifies tenure for St. Louis public school teachers.
Bill History:03-07-12 H Read second time


HB 1898
Brown-50Creates the Missouri Juneteenth Heritage Memorial Fund and changes the distribution of funds from the nonresident entertainer and professeional athletic team income tax to provide moneys to the fund.
Bill History:03-26-12 H Committee hearing cancelled House-Urban Issues


HB 1900
RedmonRestructures various statutory provisions based on executive branch reorganizations.
Bill History:03-22-12 H Public hearing completed


HB 1923
HolsmanRequires a student wanting to drop out of high school to attend a dropout prevention seminar.
Bill History:03-19-12 H Read second time


HB 2002
SilveyAppropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of the State Board of Education and Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
Bill History:04-02-12 S Meeting set for After Evening Adj., SCR 2 Senate-Appropriations


HB 2012
SilveyAppropriates money for the expenses, grants, refunds, and distributions of statewide elected officials, the Judiciary, Office of the State Public Defender, and General Assembly.
Bill History:04-02-12 S Meeting set for After Evening Adj., SCR 2 Senate-Appropriations


HJR 46
DayProposes a constitutional amendment changing the composition of the State Board of Education.
Bill History:03-22-12 H Referred to House Committee on House-Elementary and Secondary Education


SB 451
CunninghamEstablishes the "Sharing of Services and Increasing Efficiencies Act" to allow school districts and other entities to achieve efficiencies.
Bill History:04-02-12 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 454
PearceModifies the elementary and secondary education funding formula.
Bill History:03-28-12 S Meeting set for 1:30 PM, Senate Lounge Senate-Education


SB 457
SchmittModifies provisions of mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse.
Bill History:02-21-12 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 460
Wright-JonesRequires Kindergarten attendance at the start of the school year for children who turn age five at any time during the calendar year.
Bill History:01-05-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 467
MunzlingerRequires agencies that receive federal grants to track and disclose the usage of the funds and the Governor to report withholdings.
Bill History:03-22-12 H Public hearing completed


SB 469
DixonRequires a periodic review of all administrative rules and modifies provisions regarding the awarding of certain fees in administrative actions.
Bill History:03-22-12 H Public hearing completed


SB 516
SchaafModifies provisions regarding gubernatorial appointments.
Bill History:03-27-12 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 543
Chappelle-NadalModifies provisions relating to elementary and secondary education.
Bill History:01-05-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 576
StoufferModifies provisions relating to charter schools.
Bill History:04-02-12 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 590
KrausModifies the law relating to unlawfully present aliens.
Bill History:01-24-12 S Voted do pass from committee on Senate-General Laws


SB 595
KrausTransfers the administration of special education due process hearings from the State Board of Education to the Administrative Hearing Commission.
Bill History:03-30-12 H Read second time


SB 598
DempseyModifies provisions related to tax increment financing so that school districts and library districts are reimbursed for tax revenue the districts would have received.
Bill History:01-26-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Ways and Means and Fiscal Oversight


SB 601
LembkeModifies provisions relating to school personnel.
Bill History:01-26-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 654
LagerRequires the school board of each school district and charter school to establish an evaluation system for teachers and teaching.
Bill History:02-15-12 S Hearing conducted


SB 751
SchaafAllows school districts to adopt an eight-hour school day.
Bill History:03-21-12 S Voted do pass from committee on Senate-Education


SB 799
JustusChanges the requirements for school anti-bullying policies.
Bill History:02-23-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Education


SB 806
CunninghamCreates the Teacher Multiyear Contract Act.
Bill History:03-28-12 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 842
LampingModifies the Public School Retirement System of Missouri and the Public Education Employee Retirement System of Missouri.
Bill History:04-02-12 S Set on the Senate Calendar


SB 899
GreenRequires a one time transfer of certain fund balances to the state general revenue fund.
Bill History:03-21-12 S Hearing conducted


SJR 34
PurgasonReplaces all taxes on income with a sales and use tax.
Bill History:01-05-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Ways and Means and Fiscal Oversight


SJR 35
RidgewayReplaces all taxes on income with a sales and use taxes that are capped at certain rates.
Bill History:01-05-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Ways and Means and Fiscal Oversight


SJR 38
KrausRequires refunds to taxpayers when state revenues grow by seven and a half percent or more.
Bill History:01-05-12 S Referred to Senate Committee on Senate-Ways and Means and Fiscal Oversight


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