This bill authorizes a nonprofit entity to conduct a charity beer and wine event.
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llows lodging providers to voluntarily provide employees with human trafficking prevention training beginning January 1, 2022.
This bill modifies state and local hotel and motel tax exemptions.
This bill establishes the Quad Cities Regional Metropolitan Authority Compact.
This bill increases funds to the Resources Enhancement and Protection fund.
This bill includes promotional play receipts in adjusted gross receipts through June 30, 2024.
This bill makes changes to the rulemaking process for executive branch agencies.
This bill places apparel requirements on a person passing through public land or water during muzzleloading season.
This bill makes provisions related to operation of low-speed electric bicycles.
This bill adds the traffic offense of driving a car too close to a bicyclist that results in serious injury or death as a violation subject to additional penalties.
This bill directs the department of cultural affairs to conduct a study regarding the identification, establishment, and promotion of state historical sites.
This bill requires DOT to conduct a study on revitalizing and updating rest areas.
This bill makes changes to current law regarding carrying weapons in public buildings.
This bill allows certain wine permit holders to sell wine for consumption off the premises in a container other than the original.
This bill requires 500 deer hunting licenses be reserved for nonresidents who have made a reservation with a registered hunting guide company.
This bill prohibits promoting or conducting live music performances using deceptive connections between a performer and a recording group.
This bill authorizes a nonprofit entity to conduct a charity beer, spirits, and wine event.
This bill allows port authorities to enter into loan agreements and lease contracts.
This bill allows new or existing onsite daycare facilities to qualify as a project under the high quality jobs program.
Allows a hunter who wounds a deer while hunting to use a dog to track and retrieve the wounded deer.
Allows a person 20 years of age or younger to hunt using a pistol or revolver under certain conditions.
Exempts local hotel/motel tax beginning after 90 consecutive days of lodging.
Creates an income tax exemption for money paid to child and dependent care providers.
This bill makes provisions related to state taxation.
This bill repeals the Missouri River Preservation and Land Use Authority.
Allows a person to fish on a private lake or pond without a license.
This bill requires lodging providers to secure a sales tax permit when renting lodging.
This bill creates a scenic byways enhancement fund.
Modifies requirements for bicyclists to use lights and reflective clothing.
This bill modifies certain city and county budget provisions and provides a property assessment adjustment and property tax reduction for certain property owners.
This bill repeals provisions requiring travel agencies and travel agents to be registered.
This bill allows beer manufacturers to manufacture canned cocktails.
This bill makes deer hunting licenses available during the same period that genera hunting licenses are available.
This bill allows cities to establish land banks.
This bill requires reciprocal professional and occupational licenses, certificates, or registrations be issued without an examination to certain individuals.
This joint resolution designates the honeybee as the official state insect.
This bill makes provisions related to individual income taxes, sales and use taxes, water service tax, tax credits, and county juvenile court expenses and mental health region funding.