MISSOURI STATE LEGISLATIVE BOARD

DIRECTOR: KENNETH R. MENGES    Assistant Director: JASON R. HAYDEN                                            Chairman: Gerald Wohlgemuth    V. Chairman: Curt Jones    Secretary: Chris Skaggs                                                        



List of bills handled at the 2014 Missouri Veto Session - 9/11/2014

BUDGET LINE-ITEMS

 

HB 2008, Section 8.050, Forensic rape exams – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 138-21-1; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2008, Section 8.010, At-Risk Education pilot program – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 125-36; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2008, Section 8.025, School Safety Grants – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 125-36; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2008, Section 8.110, Independence Crime Lab – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 127-35; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2008, Section 8.085, Independence Crime Lab fringe benefits – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 124-38; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2008, Section 8.095, Water Patrol defibrillators – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 125-36; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

 

HB 2009, Section 9.005, Mentoring services – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 127-34; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2009, Section 9.205, Substance abuse services – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 128-32-1; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2009, Section 9.250, Local sentencing initiatives – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 132-26-2; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

 

HB 2010, Section 10.110, Alcohol and drug abuse treatment – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 135-24; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.410, Autism Clients – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 130-38-1; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.410, Autism Regional projects – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 132-28; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.710, Epilepsy education – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 122-35, SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.710, Elks mobile dental program – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 125-32; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.710, Traumatic brain injury waiver – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 128-31; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.725, Missouri Area Health Education Centers – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 125-34; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.740, Newborn screenings – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 129-27-2; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.820, Alzheimer’s grants -- HOUSE OVERRIDE, 131-25-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

HB 2010, Section 10.825, Home-delivered meals – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 133-23-4; SENATE OVERRIDE, 31-1.

 

HB 2011, Section 11.100, Missouri Mentoring Partnership – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 124-34; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.152, Utilicare transfer – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 127-28; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.153, Utilicare – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 129-28-2; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.157, Sexual Assault victims’ assistance – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 135-18-4; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.220, Health Record system – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 122-34; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.223, Social Innovation Project grants – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 119-38; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.225, Foster parents training – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 128-28-1; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.285, Hands Up pilot program – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 122-35; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.440, Clinical medication therapy services – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 119-39; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.465, Rural health clinics dental program – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 121-36; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.490, Community Health Access programs – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 123-34-1; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.527, Foster care pilot project – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 127-31; SENATE OVERRIDE, 28-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.528, Asthma Services – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 118-38; SENATE OVERRIDE, 28-1.

HB 2011, Section 11.529, Regional care coordination – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 123-34; SENATE OVERRIDE, 30-1.

 

HB 2012, Section 12.400, Public Defender contracts, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 123-31; SENATE OVERRIDE, 27-0.

 

HB 2002, Section 2.016, Reading instruction, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 131-21-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 27-0.

HB 2002, Section 2.017, Bright Futures Program, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 116-33-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.020, Teach for America, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 109-50-2; SENATE OVERRIDE, 27-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.021, Math and science tutoring, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 124-28-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-0.

HB 2002, Section 2.030, Scholars and Fine Arts Academies, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 120-35-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.035, School safety training grants, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 125-28-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.120, Advanced Placement Examination fees, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 126-25-1; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.170, Independent Living Centers, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 126-28-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.205, Sheltered Workshops, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 128-22-5; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.240, Missouri Commission for the Deaf, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 132-20-4; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2002, Section 2.255, Transfer to State School Moneys Fund, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 116-39-3; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

 

HB 2003, Section 3.260, Missouri Tele-Health Network, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 122-35; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 2003, Section 3.261, UMSL international collaboration program, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 122-30-2; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 2003, Section 3.265, Missouri Rehabilitation Center, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 130-25-4; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 2003, Section 3.266, UMKC Centers for Neighborhood Initiative, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 119-30-2; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 2003, Section 3.210, UCM Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Initiative, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 120-37; SENATE NO MOTION.

 

HB 2005, Section 5.140, Office of Child Advocate, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 131-29; SENATE OVERRIDE, 29-1.

HB 2005, Section 5.165, Alternatives to Abortion, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 120-36; SENATE OVERRIDE, 28-1

 

HB 2007, Section 7.015, Israel trade office, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 113-44-1; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 2007, Section 7.115, Job training, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 116-40-1; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 2007, Section 7.120, Transfer to job training fund, HOUSE OVERRIDE, 114-42; SENATE NO MOTION.

 

 

HOUSE BILLS

 

HB 1132 (TAX CREDITS) – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 123-37; SENATE OVERRIDE, 27-2.

HB 1307 (ABORTION) – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 117-41; SENATE OVERRIDE 23-7.

HB 1261 (TDDs) – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 114-46; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 1359 (VENDING CONTRACTS) – HOUSE OVERRIDE, 120-39; SENATE NO MOTION.

HB 1553 (LOCAL GOVERNMENT) – HOUSE SUSTAIN, 95-65-1

HB 1296 (TAXATION) – NO MOTION

HB 1326 (AGRICULTURE) – NO MOTION

HB 1455 (TAX LIABILITY) – NO MOTION

HB 1707 (MOTOR VEHICLES) – NO MOTION

HB 1865 (TAXATION) – NO MOTION

HB 1999 (ELECTRONIC LIENS) – NO MOTION

 

SENATE BILLS

 

SB 662 (TAXATION) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 25-7; HOUSE SUSTAIN, 95-63.

SB 829 (TAX LIABILITY) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 26-6; HOUSE OVERRIDE 113-48

SB 584 (TAXATION) – NO MOTION

SB 673 (UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 25-7; HOUSE SUSTAIN, 107-53-1

SB 841 (E-CIGARETTES) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 26-6; HOUSE OVERRIDE, 125-33.

SB 860 (TAXATION) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 24-8; HOUSE SUSTAIN, 97-61

SB 866 (INSTALLMENT LENDING) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 27-5; HOUSE OVERRIDE, 113-46

SB 593 (ELECTIONS) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 25-7; HOUSE OVERRIDE, 109-48-1

SB 523 (ELECTRONIC TRACKING) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 25-7; HOUSE OVERRIDE, 109-51-1

SB 656 (FIREARMS) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 23-8; HOUSE OVERRIDE, 117-39.

SB 506 (AGRICULTURE)­ – SENATE OVERRIDE, 24-7; HOUSE SUSTAIN 108-52-1

SB 693 (TAXATION) – NO MOTION

SB 493 (EDUCATION) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 24-6; HOUSE NO MOTION

SB 727 (FARMERS’ MARKETS) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 27-3; HOUSE OVERRIDE, 110-48

SB 731 (NUISANCE ORDINANCES) – SENATE OVERRIDE, 25-3; HOUSE OVERRIDE, 111-45-2

SB 508­ (HEALTH INSURANCE) – NO MOTION

SB 575 (COMMITTEES) – NO MOTION

SB 612 (TAXATION) – NO MOTION

SB 615 (ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE) – NO MOTION

SB 675 (LAGERS) – NO MOTION

SB 694 (PAYDAY LOAN) – NO MOTION

 

 

In addition to the above bills is SB 509, which the General Assembly overrode in May during the regular session.

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2014 General Election Endorsements - 9/10/2014

Here are the 2014 Endorsements from the SMART Misouri Legislative Board.

This is a list of SMART friendly candidates. Your support of these candidates is a vote to protect your job.

CLICK HERE

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AFL-CIO President Trumka's Speech from SMART's First General Conference - 8/27/2014

Here is President Trumka's speech from the Convention. Rail employees will be most interested in the portion starting at the 6:58 mark. This is the portion where He professes his support of Two person train crews. Although I suggest listening to the whole speech and not just that part.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeXer5ADGeA&feature=youtu.be

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Primary Elections August 5th - 7/23/2014
       

   Missouri State Legislative Board


PRIMARY ELECTION

AUGUST 5, 2014  

MOAN      GROAN      GRIPE      BELLYACHE

 

CRITICIZE      CONDEMN      CURSE      FUSS

 

COMPLAIN      WHIMPER      GRUMBLE

 

REFUSE      OBJECT      DELAY      TOLERATE

 

NEGLECT      PROTEST      WITHDRAW

 

WHINE      IGNORE      SUFFER

 

OR

 

VOTE

  

Missouri Primary Election

August 5, 2014

  

Click here for a list of SMART endorsed candidates

 

YES = endorsement - candidate supports our goals

OPEN =  voter decides

NO = Hell NO - candidate does not support our goals 

 

 

Missouri residents click here to find your district

 

 

Your vote counts vote absentee

 BACK TO SCHOOL TAX HOLIDAY

AUGUST 1-3, 2014

 

Certain back-to-school purchases, such as clothing, school supplies, computers, and other items as defined by the statute, are exempt from sales tax for this time period only.

  

The sales tax holiday applies to state and local sales taxes when a local jurisdiction chooses to participate in the holiday.  

 

*School supplies - not to exceed $50 per purchase

 

*Computer software - taxable value of $350 or less  

 

 *Personal computers - not to exceed $3,500   

 

*Computer peripheral devices - not to exceed $3,500   

 Click here for Dept of Revenue tax holiday info

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LIRR/MTA refuse to Negotiate - 7/16/2014

International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers Long Island Rail Road General Chairperson Anthony Simon has issued the following statement on the deteriorating labor situation at the commuter railroad:

 

“I regret to report that negotiations have collapsed with New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and all eight unions are now proceeding with strike plans for July 20. MTA rejected the counter offer we presented last Thursday (July 10). It presented no counter proposal. It continues to insist that the unions agree to a contract worth less than the value of the compromise recommendations of Presidential Emergency Boards 244 and 245.  MTA has clearly decided that provoking a strike is the course of action it intends to pursue. No further negotiations are scheduled. 

Please go here to ask NY Governor Cuomo to intervene in order to prevent a strike that would be disastrous to Long Island commuters, workers and local communities.

The strike will begin at 12:01 a.m. this Sunday (July 20). Riders should be aware that service will begin winding down well before then, perhaps as early as Wednesday (July 16), as the railroad needs to secure its equipment.  The strike will be limited to Long Island Rail Road. It will not affect Amtrak, New Jersey Transit, Metro-North Railroad or PATH rail operations. Joint entrances will not be picketed.

Make no mistake about it. The timing of this strike, with its devastating impact on Long Island’s summer season, is MTA’s decision. The unions repeated our offer to agree to the requests of the New York Congressional delegation, area residents and businesses to delay the strike until September. MTA would not agree.  The onus of this deadlock is solely on the MTA. Two boards of renowned and experienced arbitrators have recommended a fair compromise settlement. We are willing to accept the recommendations. MTA is not. MTA admitted to us that they know that historically, the PEB recommendations are the basis for settlement. They told us they understand that the only way they can break this historical precedent is to take a strike. That is the course that they have chosen.”

-          Anthony Simon, SMART LIRR GO 505 General Chairperson and Union Coalition spokesperson

 

Please go here to ask NY Governor Cuomo to intervene in order to prevent a strike that would be disastrous to Long Island commuters, workers and local communities.

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