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2017 Legislative Register

Missouri Boys State ColorsBoys State, like any other real state, has a living, working legislation system, complete with its own Senate and House of Representatives, to pass real bills and amendments to the Boys State Constitution, an experience only found at Boys State. All of the citizens involved in legislation, whether it is at the city, county, or state level, attend the Legislation School of Instruction to learn the ins and outs of creating and passing new laws, and also making changes to existing ones. The citizens learn from a staff of men with first- hand experience in various legislation areas, who provided them with the knowledge and tools to properly run a working Senate and House of Representatives. It's a very unique experience that the citizens can only get here at Boys State.
*Legislation will be uploaded each day.

 

House Bills

 

Number Title Sponsor
HB1-A1 Establishing the schedule of appropriations for the government of Missouri Boys State MEYER
HB1-A2 Establishing the schedule of appropriations for the government of Missouri Boys State MEYER
HB1-A3 Establishing the schedule of appropriations for the government of Missouri Boys State MEYER
HB1-SCS-HCS Establishing the schedule of appropriations for the government of Missouri Boys State MEYER
HB2 To Be Given Free Time Relating to Schedule SHOCKLEE
HB3 To ban fees relating to tolls on staircases WILLIAMS
HB4 To correct an error relating to the boys state attention getting procedure SWINDELL
HB4-A1 To correct an error relating to the boys state attention getting procedure SWINDELL
HB5 To establish additional General Surplus Outlets relating the current inconvenience and monopolization of supplies POPE
HB6 To ensure campaign and business prosperity relating to the GSO COBB, TATUM
HB6-A1 To ensure campaign and business prosperity relating to the GSO COBB, TATUM
HB7 To Create a Provision Relating to Free time and Lights out time CORNELL
HB7-A1 To Create a Provision Relating to Free time and Lights out time CORNELL
HB7-A2 To Create a Provision Relating to Free time and Lights out time CORNELL
HB7-A3 To Create a Provision Relating to Free time and Lights out time CORNELL
HB8 To Establish Recycling Bins Relating to Environmental and Recycling Policy CLUBB
HB8-A1 To Establish Recycling Bins Relating to Environmental and Recycling Policy CLUBB
HB9 To Allow the Ordering of Delivery Food from Outside Businesses at Night BOONE, BALL
HB9-A1 To Allow the Ordering of Delivery Food from Outside Businesses at Night BOONE, POPE, BALL
HB10 To secure an allotted break time midday Relating to the overall health and sleep depravity of boys state citizens VOELKEL, TRAXEL
HB11 Tardy Penalty ENGLAND
HB12 To add a statute section between statute 114.4 and 114.5 LOPEZ
HB13 To Dissolve The Office Of Gaming Relating To Casinos KLEIBOEKER, STOBAUGH
HB13-A1 To Dissolve The Office Of Gaming Relating To Casinos KLEIBOEKER, STOBAUGH
HB14 To Restrict the Annexation of Territory for Use by Cities ELBERT
HB14-A1 To Restrict the Annexation of Territory for Use by Cities ELBERT
HB14-A2 To Restrict the Annexation of Territory for Use by Cities ELBERT
HB15 To Amend RSMBS 301.20 Relating to Campaigning for a State Office Baxter, Bidner
HB15-A1 To Amend RSMBS 301.20 Relating to Campaigning for a State Office Baxter, Bidner
HB16 To discount all purchases made at the GSO for beautification purposes MILLER
HB17 To Establish Recycling Bens Relating to Environmental and Recycling Policy CLUBB
HB18 To Establish Work Periods and Room Maintenance/Personal Hygiene to the MBS Schedule STOLL
HB19 To provide hand soap in citizens' dormitory bathrooms relating to the health and public safety of the citizens Staton, Fox, et.al
HB20 To add a statute section between statute 114.4 and 114.5 LOPEZ
HB21 To Establish Work Periods and Room Maintenance/Personal Hygiene to the MBS Schedule STOLL
HB22 To Restrict the Placement of Tolls Outside of the City ELBERT
HB22-A1 To Restrict the Placement of Tolls Outside of the City ELBERT
HB23 A Bill to Utilize The University of Central Missouri's Weightlifting Equipment EAGLEBURGER
HB23-A1 A Bill to Utilize The University of Central Missouri's Weightlifting Equipment EAGLEBURGER, RYAN
HB24 To Prohibit Scheduled Activities Relating to the End-of-Day Schedule FREEMAN
HB25 To Stop Toll on the GSO ELBERT
HB26 To display city and county rankings relating to model city and county COBB
HB27 To give all citizens a 30 designated recreation period NORDELL
HB28 To Incorporate a Tax on City Tolls ELBERT
HB29 An act to add a sales tax of fifteen percent WINNER
HB29-A1 An act to add a sales tax of fifteen percent WINNER
HB30 To Amend Statutes 204 and 114 in Relation to Gambling. ROWE
HB31 To Delete Satute 501.1 Relating to Health and Safety CLUBB
HB32 To Amend Statutes 204 and 114 in Relation to Gambling. ROWE
HB33 To display city and county rankings relating to model city and county COBB
HB34 To Extend Freetime Relating To Lights Out KLEIBOEKER
HB35 To Introduce a Filter Relating to Snapchat DAWSON
HB36 To amend Title V, MBS Statutes, by adding thereto a new section relating to athletics WINNER
HB37 To Ensure an Appropriate Lights Out in Relation to Time JACKS
HB38 To institute a office relating to patents BIDNER
HB38-A1 To institute a office relating to patents BIDNER
HB39 To Introduce a Filter Relating to Snapchat DAWSON
HB40 To Delete Satute 501.1 Relating to Health and Safety CLUBB
HB41 To Set a Maximum Toll ELBERT
HB42 To Create a Snack Commission OWENS
HB42-A1 To Create a Snack Commission OWENS
HB43 To Create a Snack Commission OWENS
HB44 To Standardize Room and City Rating Process Relating to Model City GODWIN
HB45 To include the cost of an official t-shirt in the Missouri Boys State Sponsorship Cost FUSCO
HB46 To Set a Maximum Toll ELBERT
HB47 To Establish a Fine Relating to Littering POPE
HB48 TO CONSOLIDATE RECYCLING RELATING TO MISSOURI BOYS STATE STATUTES TITLE IV SECTIONS 402 AND 403 HAZEN
HB49 To Penalize the Unnecessary Use of Electricity in Vacant Dormitories FREEMAN
HB50 Reformation of campaign Financing Booker
HB51 To Regulate City Tolls ELBERT
HB52 To display city and county rankings relating to model city and county COBB
HB53 To update the statutes relating to pay of state employees COBB, LETHCOE
HB54 To establish a formal share-trading system SPELLMEYER
HB55 To establish publicly viewable athletics standings SPELLMEYER
HB56 To Establish Renewable Energy Relating to Environmental and Recycling Policy ZELCH
HB57 Insuring 77-1 MCGHEE
HB58 To establish an ethics commission in regards to campaign finance and monitoring of monetary assets HOLT
HB59 To Repeal Sections of RSMBS 402 for the purpose of Ridding Cities of Can Recycling Law Baxter
HB60 To Regulate and Tax Tolls ELBERT
HB61 To Give States the right to keep all Finances Baxter
HB62 Codification of MBS Statutes Booker

 

House Resolutions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Number Title Sponsor
HR1 To establish a standing committee relating to human rights. COBB, TATUM
HR2 To Proclaim Friday June 23rd 2017 as Governor Eric Greitens Day GRAVES
HR3 To affirm support for LGBT citizens SPELLMEYER

 

House Joint Resolutions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Number Title Sponsor
HJR1 A joint resolution to propose an amendment to the Constitution of Missouri Boys State relating to balancing the state budget. HOLT

 

Senate Bills

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Number Title Sponsor
SB1 To Create RSMBS 26 Relating to Tolls LUNA, HUTTON
SB1-SCS-HCS Establishing the schedule of appropriations for the government of Missouri Boys State MEYER
SB2 To Amend title 5: Health and Public Safety Section 501.10 TATUM, LETHCOE, TORNATORE, MILLER, COBB
SB3 To Create a Provision Relating To Trade Liberalization OUCHI, KWASA
SB4 To Repeal MBS Statute 204.40 Relating to Gambling FROMAN, TATUM, WILLIAMS, TRAVIS
SB5 To Amend Section 401.20 Relating to Punishment for Littering HAAS
SB6 Relating to Directory of Sports HAWATMEH, BALL
SB7 To Require Voter Picture ID RYAN
SB8 To Create Title VI Relating to the Establishment of a MBS Business School. ROBERTS, LEACH, et.al
SB9 To Create The Safe City Initiative Gray
SB10 To Create RSMBS 302 Relating to General Revenue KWAN, THOMASON
SB11 To Create RSMBS 116 Relating to Taxation KWAN, THOMASON
SB12 To Create a Missouri Boys State Human Rights Commission TATUM, LETHCOE
SB13 To Prevent Unreasonably High City Taxes LACY
SB14 Relating to Walking on the Grass LETHCOE, TATUM
SB15 To Add RSMBS 204.36 Relating to Off-Limits Parts of Buildings LETHCOE, TATUM
SB16 To Repeal RSMBS 204.40 Relating to Gambling LETHCOE
SB17 To Create Provisions Relating to Theft of City Flags TRAXEL
SB18 To Create the Jim Whitfield Citizen of the Week Award KROENKE, SHAFFER, et.al
SB19 Amending RSMBS 204.10 Relating to Weapons HOLMES, TARNATORE, et.al
SB20 To Create Separate GSO Stores in Each Dormitory Wing and Alter the Application Process for the GSO. KRAMER
SB21 To Promote Hygiene and Cleanliness After Athletic Programs SHAFFER
SB22 To Create a Statute Relating to the Establishment of a Human Rights Commission OUCHI
SB23 To Restrict Tolls in the Chosen GSO City SCHMIDT
SB24 To Create a Statute Pertaining to Mandatory Free Time FROMAN, SIBERT, et.al
SB25 To Reduce the Salaries of Highway Patrolmen LETHCOE, FLOYD
SB26 To Create a Provision Regarding the Availability of Coffee OUCHI
SB27 To Amend RSMBS 204.20 Relating to Prohibition of Substances HUTTON
SB28 To Create RSMBS 206 Relating to Tolls LUNA, HUTTON
SB29 To Create RSMBS 502 Relating to Hydration LUNA
SB30 To Create Restrictions on Pre-Made Campaign Materials DODSON, TALLEY, et.al
SB31 To Create Provision 115.20 Relating to General Boys State Policy on Name Cards SIMILY
SB32 To Create Provision 117 Relating to General Boys State Policy SIMILY
SB33 To Create Provision 116 Relating to General Boys State Policy on Voting SIMILY
SB34 To Repeal the Position of Gaming Commissioner LUNA
SB35 To Create a Provision Relating to the Establishment of Certain Moral and Conduct Standards of Boys State Citizens SIEBNECK
SB36 To Allow Parties to Choose Their Own Names and Have the Ability to Change Them LACY
SB37 To Create a City Name Sake Celebration Day LACY
SB38 To Modify the Accessibility and Ease Relating to the voting that Takes Place at Missouri Boys State LETHCOE, ROBERTS
SB39 To Create an Award for the Greenest City EASTLAND
SB40 To Create Internet Availability for MBS Citizens LACY
SB41 To Change SB 113.3 Relating to Missouri Boys State Year FLOYD, NICHOLSON
SB42 To Place Recycling Bins at MBS Dining Hall Entrances and Exits SIEBENECK
SB43 To Establish Business Patents and Trademark Registration for Business SEN. BRAY, EAMSAART
SB44 To Amend RSMBS 204.20 Relating to Prohibition of Substances HUTTON, LUNA, et.al
SB45 To Create Regulations on Toll Tax for Cities Involving the GSO Garrett
SB46 To Create a Provision Relating to Lights Out ESTEP, TRAXEL
SB47 Relating to MBS Governor’s Cup HAMATWEH, RYAN, et.al
SB48 To Amend Title 5: Health and Public Safety Section 501.10 LACY, LETHCOE
SB49 To Produce Fair and Enjoyable Quiz Bowl Questions; A Ban on Sports Questions LACY, EASTLUND
SB50 To Place a Fine on Obscene Language SIEBENECK
SB51 To Cast Ballots Digitally SCHMIDT, BOSS
SB52 To Amend Punishments and Create Bail Relating to Punishments for Bails and Crime SIMILY
SB53 To Facilitate the Starting of New Businesses HAAS
SB54 To Create a Statute Relating to a One-Time Tax OUCHI, LACY
SB55 To Revise the Structure of the GSO RYAN
SB56 To Create RSMBS 204.60 Relating to Discrimination HUTTON, OUCHI
SB57 To Discourage Bribes RYAN
SB58 To Adopt the United States Flag Code SCHMIDT
SB59 To Reform Boys State Conduct STERNER
SB60 To Have Condiments Available on Patty Day BALL, FLOYD
SB61 To Have Fair Employment TORNATORE, TATUM, et.al

 

Senate Resolutions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Number Title Sponsor
SR2 To Rename the Citizen of the Week Award KROENKE, KWASA, et.al

 

Senate Joint Resolutions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Did you know...
The Missouri Boys State House and Senate use the actual Missouri State Constitution as their model for the passing of bills and resolutions.

 

 

 
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