2019 Legislative Tracking


The MLPA works to encourage the fomulation of government policies that support investiment in the sustainable development of Missouri's curshed stone resources and to communicate the economic importance and environmentally responsbile nature of the crushed stone industry to the public and to government.   One of the methods utiilized by the MLPA to achieve that goal is our advocacy work in Jefferson City.  Our registered lobbyists regularly communicate with government officials in both the legislative and executive branches.  We monitor legislation, work with legislators, public officials and other industry trade associations to engage on specific pieces of legislation, both for and against, and we provide expert testimony and current information to lawmakers.

Please click the following link to view a list of bills the MLPA is monitoring.   This list is updated each Friday as the legislative session progresses.

Link to 2019 Bills of Interest with updated bill status

Other Legislative Resources:

Missouri Legislative Bill Tracking

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HB 63   

Unsicker, Sarah(D)

Changes the laws regarding real property to require the filing of a certificate of value before transferring interest in real property.

 

 

 

HB 213   

Trent, Curtis(R)

Requires the Highways and Transportation Commission to consider the complete life-cycle costs of work in determining the lowest bid amount submitted for a contract.

 

 

 

HB 283   

Anderson, Sonya(R)

Extends the expiration date for the geologic resources fee.

HB 406  

Messenger, Jeff(R)

 

Adjusts motor vehicle licensing and registration fees for inflation

 

HB 460

Dinkins, Chris(R)

Creates new provisions relating to mining royalties on federal land.

HB500  Griesheimer, Aaron(R)

 

Establishes a miles-per-gallon based motor vehicle registration fee.

HB822

Butz, Steve (D)

 

Authorizes an increase in the tax on motor fuel.

 

HJR 15   

Messenger, Jeff(R)

Proposes a constitutional amendment to authorize the highways and transportation commission to construct toll roads and impose and collect tolls on interstates and four-lane roadways.

 

 

 

HJR 16   

Messenger, Jeff(R)

Proposes a constitutional amendment to make state revenue deposited into the state road fund subject to appropriation by the General Assembly.

 

 

 

HJR 17   

Messenger, Jeff(R)

Proposes a constitutional amendment to direct increased funding from motor vehicle registration fee adjustments for inflation to a farm to market fund, a port development fund, the state road bond fund, and the highway patrol.

 

SB15

Wallingford, Wayne(R)

Enacts provisions relating to the operation of motor vehicles while using electronic devices

SB 84

Cunningham, Mike(R)

Extends the sunset date on certain geologic resources fees from December 31, 2020, to December 31, 2025.

SB158

Eigel, Bill(R)

 

Requires the Department of Transportation to consider the complete life-cycle costs of work in determining the lowest bid amount submitted for a contract

 

SB 190

Onder, Bob(R)

Requires a portion of sales and use tax revenue to be deposited into the State Road Fund.

SB201

Romine, Gary (R)

 

Replaces the current motor vehicle registration fee system with a system based on fuel economy

 

SB 202   

Romine, Gary(R)

Creates provisions relating to mining royalties on federal land.

  
SB 403   

Eigel, Bill(R) Establishes the "Bridge and Road Authorization Trust Fund"


SB 430


Libla, Doug(R)

Increases the motor fuel tax
SCR 14 Schatz, Dave(R) Authorizes and directs the Office of Administration to execute and deliver a financing agreement for payment of debt service on transportation bonds issued by the Highways and Transportation Commission.