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More signed legislation by Gov. Blunt

Senate Bills Signed by Gov. Blunt

6/21 SB 612 Land conveyance Engler
6/21 SB 747 Car dealers Klindt
6/21 SB 845 Corporations Kennedy
6/21 SB 870 Appropriations payments Mayer
6/21 SB 893 Tax: corporate Scott
6/21 SB 964 Modifies provisions regarding the appointment and duties of assistant adjutant general Crowell
6/21 SB 1086 Police Officers Kennedy
6/21 SB 1122 Land conveyance Shields
6/21 SB 1165 Water pollution Klindt

Senate Bills signed by Governor Blunt

6/12 SB 580 - Shields - Creates a more effective education system
6/12 SB 614 - Stouffer - Income tax credit for contributions to residential treatment agencies
6/12 SB 645 - Griesheimer - Modifies the Missouri Business Use Incentive for large-Scale Development Act (BUILD)
6/12 SB 650 - Champion - Revises requirements for terms of government board of MO State University
6/12 SB 678 - Gross - Repeals the quarterly tax collections report requirement for temporary tax collection
6/12 SB 718 - Crowell - Revises the loan requirements be contingent on a borrower’s reliable means of repayment
6/12 SB 765 - Dougherty - Enacts provisions relating to emergency medical treatment
6/12 SB 822 -Gross - Nursing facility reimbursement allowance, and Medicaid managed care reimbursement allowance sunsets
6/12 SB 912 - Goodman - Authorizes establishment of virtual school
6/12 SB 919 - Scott - Rep…

Governor Signs Education Legislation

Governor Signs Education Legislation
June 06, 2006

Governor Matt Blunt today signed two bills that originated in the Missouri Senate which will enhance educational opportunities for Missouri students and achieve a more efficient and effective educational system.
Senate Bill 912, sponsored by Sen. Jack Goodman, R-Mount Vernon, requires the State Board of Education to establish a virtual public school by July 1, 2007. Any student in kindergarten through grade 12 may enroll in the virtual school, regardless of where that student lives. Supporters say the Internet-based school could be used by a variety of students — the sick, the disabled, home-schooled students, students who are failing in a traditional classroom or those who need a more challenging curriculum. Students will be allowed to enroll full time in the virtual school or take just a course or two.
Governor Blunt also signed Senate Bill 580, sponsored by Sen. Charlie Shields, R-St. Joseph, which requires collaboration among variou…