Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 209
Aid to the Blind--Rights of Persons with Visual, Hearing or Physical

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August 28, 2013

209.010. Division of family services to aid blind persons.
209.020. Division of family services may receive and expend donations and
209.030. Blind pensions, eligibility requirements.
209.035. Proceeds from involuntary conversion, how treated--receipt defined.
209.040. Vision test required, standard of vision--amount of payments, effect
of insufficient appropriations--medical assistance--increase in
appropriations, limitations.
209.050. Persons refusing work ineligible for pensions--names may be stricken
from roll.
209.060. Application for pension--payment begins, when--misrepresentation,
209.070. Division of family services to prepare suitable blank application
209.080. Division of family services to make regulations relative to
examination of applicants for pensions.
209.090. Division of family services to prepare roll of pensioners--to
distribute pensions.
209.100. Division of family services to keep blind pension roll.
209.110. Person aggrieved may appeal.
209.130. Rate of tax to be levied.
209.140. Persons violating provisions of law guilty of misdemeanor.
209.150. Rights of persons with visual, hearing or physical
disabilities--guide, hearing or service dogs, no extra charge
for--liability for actual damages.
209.152. Trainers of guide, hearing or service dogs, no extra charge
for--liability for damages.
209.160. Discrimination or interference with persons having visual, hearing or
physical disabilities, a misdemeanor.
209.162. Discrimination or interference with persons having visual, hearing
or physical disability, an unlawful employment practice--complaints,
filed by aggrieved persons.
209.170. October fifteenth to be white cane safety day, governor to note.
209.180. State and its political subdivisions and tax money recipients to
employ visually handicapped on same terms as other employees,
209.190. Housing accommodations, defined--discrimination against persons with
visual, hearing or physical disabilities, prohibited--dogs, guide,
hearing or service to have full access--liability for actual damages.
209.192. Definitions--blind literacy study--division of special education to
make annual report.
209.200. Definitions.
209.202. Crime of causing substantial injury to or the death of a service dog,
penalty--failure to control an animal that causes substantial
injury to or the death of a service dog, penalty--harassment of a
service dog, penalty--damages.
209.204. Crime of impersonating a person with a disability for the purpose
of receiving certain accommodations, penalty, civil liability.
209.240. Amount of pension--need, how determined.
209.251. Definitions.
209.253. Statewide dual-party relay system, establishment by PSC--advisory
assistive technology council to administer--rulemaking authority.
209.255. Rate established to recover costs of programs--surcharge, limitations,
collection--exemption from taxes.
209.257. Telephone company to deduct percentage to cover cost--percentage
determined by PSC--money collected, deposit--use of deaf relay
service fund.
209.258. Deaf relay service fund established, purpose--deposit--unexpended
balance not to be transferred to general revenue--commission and
advisory assistive technology council to request appropriations
from fund for service delivery.
209.259. Review of surcharge and deduction percentage--recommendation
procedures--surcharge adjusted when--excess funds, effective.
209.260. Telecommunications companies responsibility for quality of services,
individuals with disabilities.
209.261. Definitions.
209.263. Person relaying conversation not to disclose contents,
exception--order to disclose--privilege.
209.265. No disclosure of conversation without permission--penalty.
209.285. Definitions.
209.287. Board for certification of interpreters established--appointment,
qualification, terms--expenses--meetings--chairman elected
how--quorum--removal from office, procedure.
209.289. Coordinator to be hired, qualifications, salary and expenses.
209.292. Board's powers and duties--evaluation team to be appointed,
qualifications, expenses--removal from team, procedure.
209.295. Rules and regulations, authority to promulgate, duties of commission.
209.297. Applications for certification, content, oath--fee not
refundable--applicant to be given date for evaluation.
209.299. Evaluations to be held where and when--coordinator to notify
applicants of score.
209.302. Eligibility for evaluation.
209.305. Evaluations, subjects to be covered--confidentiality of tests and
209.307. Conflict of interest for board or evaluation team, effect.
209.309. Provisional certificates issued
when--limitation--requirements--extension granted when.
209.311. Fees, how established.
209.314. Grievances on evaluation, procedure.
209.317. Certificate may be suspended, denied or revoked--hearing procedure.
209.318. Fund for certification of interpreters established, purpose--lapse
into general revenue when--first fiscal year, board's expenses, how
209.319. State committee of interpreters to be established in division of
professional registration, appointment, qualifications, terms,
209.321. License required to practice interpreting--certain professions
exempt--practice to be limited to training and education--not
considered interpreting, when--out-of-state licensees, temporary
interpreting permitted--provisional licensure, criteria.
209.322. Certificates recognized by the board.
209.323. License application forms, content, oath, fee not refundable,
qualifications, licenses expire, when--reinstatement
procedure--replacement of license lost or destroyed.
209.326. Temporary license issued to persons licensed in other states,
procedure, fee limitation.
209.328. Ethical rules of conduct established by rules, duties of
committee--other rules authorized.
209.331. Procedure to adopt rules.
209.332. State committee of interpreters fund established, purpose--transfer
to general revenue, when--profession of interpreter not to be subject
to taxation or licensing fees by municipalities.
209.334. Refusal to issue or renew license, grounds, complaint
procedure--reinstatement procedure.
209.337. Violations, penalty--injunction granted when--venue.
209.339. Conversation between a hearing person and a deaf person, interpreter
is deemed a conduit, confidentiality, exceptions.

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