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CCS/HCS#2/SCS/SB 480 - Modifies various provisions relating to the regulation of motor vehicles and transportation; including

THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE ACT

COMMERCIAL DRIVERS LICENSE MEDICAL CERTIFICATION COMPLIANCE

OUTBOARD MOTOR TITLES PROVIDES FOR A NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION; NRA AND AMERICAN RED CROSS SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES

COLLEGIATE SPECIALTY LICENSE PLATES - Under the terms of this act, only community colleges or other institutions of higher education located in Missouri may authorize its official emblem to be use on specialty license plates. Prohibits collegiate or university specialty license plates from being established under the administrative process set forth in section 301.3150.
 Modifies provisions relating to the “CASS COUNTY - THE BURNT DISTRICT” special license plate.
 The act further specifies that prior to the issuance of the specialty personalized plate, the Department of Revenue must be in receipt of an application as prescribed by the department director and be accompanied by a list of at least 200 potential applicants, the proposed art design for the specialty plate, and an application fee not to exceed $5,000. (See Criminal and Insurance Law for a summary of additional provisions of this bill). (Signed 7/10/12)

RECREATIONAL OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES - This act modifies the definition of recreational off-highway vehicle as found in Section 301.010.

HCS/SS/SCS/SB 682 - Mandates that only licensed physicians may use certain techniques in diagnosing or treating chronic pain or pain occurring outside of a surgical, obstetrical, or post-operative course of care. (See Health & Hospital Law for a more complete summary of this bill). (Signed 6/18/12)

SS/SCS/HCS/HB 1280 - Authorizes the establishment of a peer review process for architects, landscape architects, professional land surveyors, and professional engineers. (See Tort Law for a more complete summary of this bill). (Signed 7/10/12)

SS/SCS/HCS/HB 1498 – Enacts numerous charges relating to state liquor laws. (See Commercial Law for a more complete summary of the provisions of this bill). (Signed 7/10/12)

SS/SCS/HCS/HB 1563

SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKERS - Authorizes accredited Missouri colleges and universities to issue a document that verifies and acknowledges completion of a school social work program.
 The State Committee for Social Workers is authorized to issue a document to verify and acknowledge completion of a school social work program. The document will be issued to individuals holding a license issued by the Committee, submitting a fee, and either holding a credential issued by a nationally recognized organization or having passed a specified exam. The document issued is not a license or certificate and conveys no authority to practice social work. The document issued will not expire or subject the holder to discipline under a professional licensing provision.

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE ARRANGEMENTS - Currently, a collaborating physician must review a certain percentage of an advanced practice registered nurses charts. This act allows the collaborative practice arrangements to specify alternative doctors to review the charts.

BEHAVIOR ANALYSTS - Modifies provisions relating to temporary behavior analysts, temporary assistant behavior analysts, provisional behavior analysts, provisional assistant behavior analysts, and the Behavior Analyst Advisory Board.
 This act contains a six-year sunset provision. (See Health & Hospital Law for a summary of additional provisions of this bill). (Signed 7/12/12)

HCS/HB 1644 - Currently, after receiving an initial license and one license renewal the licensing renewal period for gambling boat operators is every two years. This act changes the license renewal period to every four years.
 This act also modifies the licensing period from every year to every two years for a person who has an occupational license to work in certain jobs within a gambling boat and for a person who supplies gambling equipment. (Signed 7/10/12)

Index of Bills by Subject Matter

Key
  • CCS - Conference Committee Substitute
  • HB - House Bill
  • HCS - House Committee Substitute
  • HS - House Substitute
  • HJR - House Joint Resolution
  • SB - Senate Bill
  • SCS - Senate Committee Substitute
  • SS - Senate Substitute
  • SJR - Senate Joint Resolution
  • * - Missouri Bar Committee-Drafted Legislation
 

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