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2002 Senate Roll Calls
SCS HCS HB 1443 (05/09/2002): 3rd reading of legislation to allow a parent to abandon a new-born infant at a hospital.
SB 1281 (05/07/2002): 3rd reading of legislation to authorize use of $120 million from the Emergency Reserve Fund to help balance the current fiscal year's budget.
SS SB 1279 (05/07/2002): 3rd reading of the bill to provide state funding to help build a new baseball stadium in St. Louis and finance projects in Kansas City, Springfield and Branson.
CCS HB 1711 (05/06/2002): 3rd reading of the final conference version of legislation that effectively lowers the amount of money needed to fully fund the School Foundation Formula by $45 million.
SB 1281 (05/06/2002): Perfection of legislation to authorize use of $120 million from the Emergency Reserve Fund to help balance the current fiscal year's budget.
SS SB 1279 (05/02/2002): Adoption of the substitute for the bill to provide state funding to help build a new baseball stadium in St. Louis and finance projects in Kansas City, Springfield and Branson.
SA 36 SS SB 1279 (05/02/2002): An amendment to the measure to float bonds for sports stadiums that would subject the entire bill to a statewide vote.
SJR 24 (05/02/2002): 3rd reading of a constitutional amendment to exempt partial terms from legislative term limits -- when a person is elected to fill a partial, unexpired term.
SA 4 SS SB 1279 (04/30/2002): An amendment to the stadium-funding bill that, in the event the Cardinals team is sold, require the team to pay the state 10% of the sales price or $3.5 million each year bonds are still outstanding
SA 1 SCS HCS HB 1103 (04/25/2002): An amendment to cut $100,000 from the appropriation for the University of Missouri in protest to a UMKC faculty member's comments on sex with children.
SA 3 SCS HCS HB 1102 (04/25/2002): An amendment to the education budget to include an extra $50 million for the School Foundation Formula from the Emergency Reserve Fund.
SS SB 1191 (04/24/2002): Perfection of legislation to authorize selling up to 30% of expected tobacco settlement funds for immediate cash.
SCS SB 915 (04/24/2002): 3rd reading of legislation to submit to Missouri voters a gasoline and sales tax increase for transportation.
SA 1 SS SB 1248 (04/23/2002): An amendment to a tax bill that would remove from the bill repeal of a payroll deduction employers are allowed to keep for the costs of doing income tax withholdings.
SS SB 688 (04/23/2002): 3rd reading of legislation to prohibit drive-by property assessments and require tax rate roll-backs with total assessment values rise.
SCS SB 894 (04/18/2002): 3rd reading of a bill to exempt clothing and school supply purchases from the sales tax for three days in August.
SA 1 SS SB 688 (04/17/2002): An amendment to a property tax revision bill that would freeze the property assessment of homes of the elderly.
SS SB 817 (03/21/2002): S 3rd read of a bill to restrict damage lawsuits against bars for damages caused by drunken patrons to only those cases when the seller knew or should have known the patron was drunk.
SS SB 687 (03/20/2002): 3rd reading of legislation to a parent to abandon a new-born infant at a hospital.
SS SB 970 (03/20/2002): 3rd reading of legislation to repeal the April 2008 expiration of a six-cent gasoline tax.
SA 7 SCS SB 721 (03/12/2002): An amendment to a transportation bill to impose a 65 mile-per-hour maximum speed limit for trucks.
Part 2 SA 4 SS SB 970 (02/27/2002): Add a truck registration fee increase to a broad highway construction finance bill.
Part 1 SA 4 SS SB 970 (02/27/2002): Add a diesel fuel tax increase for trucks onto a broad highway construction finance bill.
SCS SB 712 (02/20/2002): Third reading of a bill to give government sweeping powers to deal with bioterrorism including making it a crime to refuse medical tests ordered by the state.
Substitute Motion for SR 1023 (02/11/2002): A motion to refer to the Rules Committee a Democrat-sponsored resolution calling for an investigation into the financial dealings of the President Pro Tem's chief of staff.
SA 1 SS SB 668 (02/05/2002): Amendment to include private schools into a Senate bill setting up a grant program to improve math classes in schools.
SA 2 SCS SB 660 (01/30/2002): An amendment limiting a bill to ban open liquor containers in cars. The amendment would limit any penalty to drivers with .08 percent blood alcohol content or higher.
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