Talk:Susan Phillips (politician)

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Moved to talk[edit]

If we're going to move this back then it needs to be much better formatted RJFJR (talk) 00:21, 7 July 2012 (UTC)

Here is a list of some of the bills she has sponsored and cosponsored:

1 HB1271 - GUARDIANSHIP OF MINORS - Phillips, Susan C. HB1271. Allows a court to appoint a standby guardian for a minor and establishes the requirements and proceduresSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Pratt, Bryan (55). LR Number:. 4236L.01I. Last Action:. 02/02/2006 -. Referred: Judiciary (H). Calendar:. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1271.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:38:03 PM

2 HB1071 - IMMUNIZATIONS FOR CHILDREN - Phillips, Susan C. HB1071. Changes the laws regarding immunizations for children. Sponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Faith, Sally A. (15). LR Number:. 3736L.01I. Last Action:. 03/02/2006 - Rules - Reported do pass (H). Next Hearing:. Hearing not scheduled. HOUSE BILLS FOR PERFECTION. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1071.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:37:09 PM

3 HB1867 - DRIVER'S EDUCATION - Dougherty, Curt HB1867. Requires all public high schools to offer a driver's education course during the regular school year. Sponsor:. Dougherty, Curt (53). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). etal.. LR Number:. 5200L.01I. Last Action:. Referred: Elementary and Secondary Education (H). http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1867.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:40:41 PM

4 HB1539 - HEALTH CARE RIGHTS OF CONSCIENCE ACT - Stevenson, Bryan P. HB1539. Establishes the Health Care Rights of Conscience Act which allows a health care professional to not participate in a health care service that violates his or her conscienceSponsor:. Stevenson, Bryan P. (128). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). etal.. House Committee:. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1539.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:39:14 PM

5 HB1401 - MISSOURI MEDICAID FRAUD - Sater, David HB1401. Provides whistle-blower protections for persons reporting Medicaid fraud. Sponsor:. Sater, David (68). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). etal.. LR Number:. 4292L.02I. Last Action:. House Committee:. JUDICIARY. 01/31/2006 - Public hearing completed (H). Next Hearing:. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1401.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:38:37 PM

6 HB1279 - JUVENILE COURT JURISDICTION - Kraus, Will HB1279. Changes the age for juvenile court jurisdiction from younger than 15 and one-half years of age to younger than 15 for non-felony traffic ordinance violationsSponsor:. Kraus, Will (48). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). 02/21/2006 - Public hearing completed (H). http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1279.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:38:05 PM

7 HB1254 - INTOXICATION-RELATED TRAFFIC OFFENSES - Schaaf, Robert HB1254. Requires licensed health care providers to notify a law enforcement agency when they examine or treat a person who is intoxicated and reasonably suspect that the person may attempt to operate a carSponsor:. Schaaf, Robert (28). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). etal.. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1254.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:37:58 PM

8 HB1176 - INHALATION OF SOLVENTS - Nolte, Jerry HB1176. Prohibits the use or possession of an alcohol beverage vaporizer. Sponsor:. Nolte, Jerry (33). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). etal.. LR Number:. 4021L.01I. Last Action:. 01/19/2006 -. Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety (H). Bill currently not on a calendar. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1176.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:37:38 PM

9 HB1044 - SEXUAL OFFENSES - Davis, Cynthia L. HB1044. Creates the presumption that a minor younger than 14 years of age who is seeking an abortion is a victim of statutory rape in the first degree and must be reported by the abortion providerSponsor:. Davis, Cynthia L. (19). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). 01/19/2006 -. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb1044.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:37:02 PM

10 HCR2 - No Title - Dempsey, Tom HCR2. Joint session for the State of the Judiciary Address.. Sponsor:. Dempsey, Tom (18). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. LR Number:. 4175L.01I. Last Action:. 01/25/2006 - Escort Committee (H). REPRESENTATIVES DAVIS, FLOOK, PRATT, PHILLIPS,. RUESTMAN, OXFORD, DONNELLY, BLAND, BURNETT AND. STEVENSON. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hcr2.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:41:56 PM

11 HCR45 - MARRIAGE PROTECTION AMENDMENT - Cunningham, Jane HCR45. Urges the United States Congress to approve the Marriage Protection Amendment to the United States Constitution which defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman.Sponsor:. Cunningham, Jane (86). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). etal.. LR Number:. 04/19/2006 -. http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hcr45.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:42:07 PM

12 HB2115 - ALIMONY AND MAINTENANCE - Ruestman, Marilyn HB2115. Permits the termination of alimony and maintenance payments based on a finding that a former spouse is cohabitating with another personSponsor:. Ruestman, Marilyn (131). Proposed Effective Date:. 08/28/2006. CoSponsor:. Phillips, Susan C. (32). etal.. LR Number:. 5540L.01I. Referred: Judiciary (H). http://www.house.mo.gov/bills061/bills/hb2115.htm - Last Modified: 8/1/2006 2:41:44 PM