Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 21
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Adjournment, regular session, Const. Art. III, § 20(a)
Adjournment, special session, automatic, when, Const. Art. III, §§ 20(a), 20(b)
Appropriation bills, special session, limitation, Const. Art. III, § 20(b)
Appropriation bills, time limitation on, when can be taken up, Const. Art. III, § 25
Base review of state agency budgets by house budget chairman and senate appropriation chairman to develop procedure with commissioner of administration, 33.800 to 33.812
Bills, special session, limitations, Const. Art. III, § 20(b)
Bills, tabled, when, Const. Art. III § 20(a)
Board of public buildings, speaker and president pro tem, ex officio members, 8.010
Capitol dome key to be provided to members, training required, 8.016
Committee on legislative research, Chap. 23
Concealed firearm, members and staff may carry, when, 571.107
Conflicts of interest, Chap. 105
Flight log records of elected members after flight complete, open record, 610.175
Impeachment of state officers by general assembly, 106.020, 106.080
Interim committees, Const. Art. III, § 22
Joint committee on legislative research, annual report to general assembly on expired, sunset, terminated, and ineffective statutes, 23.205
Journals of general assembly to be printed, bound and distributed by secretary of state, 2.080, 2.091
Laws, return to circuit clerks, when, 2.070
Laws, effective date of, 1.130
Laws, original rolls deposited in office of secretary of state, 2.010
Laws, session, legislative research to have printed and distributed, 2.040
Lobbyists, Chap. 105
Management and program evaluations, state agencies, powers and duties, 23.140 to 23.190
Missouri sunset act, 23.250 to 23.298
Parking garages capitol complex to be under joint control of accounts committees, 8.175
Regulation of conflicts of interest, financial disclosure, and lobbying, 105.450 to 105.496
Sales tax refunds, general assembly to appropriate for, 144.200
Senate investigator to have access without charge to criminal records, 43.541
Session begins, when, Const. Art. III, § 20
Special sessions, procedure to convene, limitations, automatic adjournment, Const. Art. III, § 20(b)
State employees right to contact legislators and state auditor, 105.058
   
GENERAL PROVISIONS
21.010. Meeting of the general assembly.
21.020. Joint meeting of senate and house, where held.
21.030. What officer shall preside--contempt--rules.
21.040. Members of either house may be punished for contempt.
21.050. Presiding officer may order detention of person disturbing meeting.
21.060. Majority necessary to a choice in elections.
21.070. Qualifications of senators.
21.080. Qualifications of representatives.
21.090. Vacancy, how filled.
21.110. Governor shall issue writs of election, when.
21.120. Writs of election, how directed.
21.130. Duty of election authority on receipt of writ.
21.140. Compensation of members--additional compensation of officers--mileage allowance.
21.145. Member's daily expense allowance--when paid.
21.150. Legislative employees--compensation, how set--rejection of rates by legislature, effect of.
21.155. Legislative employees, number, how determined.
21.160. Legislative furniture and equipment, how inventoried--employment of custodians authorized.
21.170. Expense of serving process--witnesses' fees.
21.180. No allowance, except per diem.
21.183. Freshman tour of state institutions by newly elected members--expenses.
21.187. Freshman tour, attendance of members at legislative conference for new members--expenses, how paid.
21.200. Expenses of visiting committees.
21.210. Allowance of accounts.
21.220. Expenses paid out of what fund.
21.230. Contingent expenses, how controlled.
21.232. Printing, other services for house of representatives--costs how paid--disposition of balance.
21.235. Printing, other services for the senate--costs how paid--disposition of balance.
21.240. Joint expenses, how controlled.
21.250. Statutes, how authenticated when passed over veto, effective, when.
21.260. Appropriations to be itemized.
21.270. Governor to return bills when general assembly recesses for more than fifteen and less than thirty days.
21.280. Local laws, how passed.
21.290. Notice.
21.300. By whom signed, where published.
21.310. Proof of publication.
21.320. Notice to be attached to bill.
21.330. Mechanical roll call for house authorized.
21.340. Requirements for mechanical roll call.
21.350. Visual record board required.
21.360. Voting for another member--penalty.
21.370. Oaths, by whom administered.
21.380. Depositions.
21.390. Presiding officer may issue commission to take depositions.
21.400. Subpoenas shall be issued--attested, how.
21.410. Writs and process may be issued.
21.420. Lobbyists not to go upon the floor of the house or senate--penalty.
21.430. Disturbance of committee, how punished.
21.487. Public institutions of higher education funding formula, joint committee to develop and implement.
   
REPORTS OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
21.505. Reimbursement of political subdivisions for loss of tax on certain goods, how computed--duties of director of revenue and of state tax commission.
21.520. Reports of receipts and expenditures required, when, to whom--restrictions on certain expenditures.
21.525. Institutions of higher education to report.
21.527. Contracts or leases of facilities by state agencies or state institutions of higher education to be first approved by general assembly.
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT
21.550. Definition.
21.553. Joint committee on public retirement established--membership--terms.
21.555. Meeting of committee--quorum--officers, qualifications, expenses and per diem.
21.557. Personnel and actuarial assistance authorized--compensation, how paid.
21.559. Powers and duties of joint committee.
21.561. Retirement systems, state and local to cooperate.
21.562. Cost-of-living increases in pension benefits or other increases in payments beyond prior year, notice of to committee, when--evidence of actuarial soundness, when.
21.563. Report, contents--submitted when.
   
PREINTRODUCTION OF BILLS
21.600. Definitions.
21.605. Senate bills, how filed--immediate printing--what rules apply.
21.610. House bills, how filed--immediate printing--what rules apply.
21.615. Automatic introduction of filed bills.
21.620. Expenses, how paid.
   
FIREARMS, COMPONENTS, AMMUNITION, LEGISLATION PREEMPTION BY GENERAL ASSEMBLY
21.750. Firearms legislation preemption by general assembly, exceptions--limitation on civil recovery against firearms or ammunitions manufacturers, when, exception.
   
AUDIT OF STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE
21.760. (Transferred 2013; now 29.351)
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
21.771. Joint committee established, members, duties, meetings--expiration date.
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON EATING DISORDERS
21.782. Joint committee on eating disorders established, members, duties, report.
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION OVERSIGHT
21.795. Joint committee on transportation oversight, members, quorum--report, when, contents--meetings, examination of reports, records required to be submitted.
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE LIFE SCIENCES
21.805. Joint committee on the life sciences established, members, appointment, duties, meetings, report.
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON TAX POLICY
21.810. Joint committee on tax policy established, members, appointment, duties.
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY
21.820. Joint committee on government accountability established, members, duties, meetings, staff, report.
   
JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
21.880. Joint committee established, members, meetings, duties, report--permanent subcommittee on the Missouri criminal code--staff assistance--compensation.
   
SURPLUS REVENUE FUND
21.930. Fund created, certain general revenue collections to be deposited, use of moneys--certain refunds to be paid in full, when.

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