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2 edition of Missouri laws enacted by 76th General Assembly, 1st regular session. found in the catalog.

Missouri laws enacted by 76th General Assembly, 1st regular session.

Associated Industries of Missouri.

Missouri laws enacted by 76th General Assembly, 1st regular session.

by Associated Industries of Missouri.

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Published in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Missouri.
    • Subjects:
    • Legislation -- Missouri.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKFM7815.2 1971
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 42 p.
      Number of Pages42
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4895765M
      LC Control Number76029441

      Laws of Missouri Passed At the Session of the Thirty-Fifth General Assembly, Begun and Held At the City of Jefferson, Wednesday, January 2, (Regular Session) [State of Missouri] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Laws of Missouri Passed At the Session of the Thirty-Fifth General Assembly, Begun and Held At the City of JeffersonAuthor: State of Missouri. Missouri constitution written. Wednesday after the first Monday in January. A regular session lasts until May 15 (even # years) or until June 30th (odd # years) Extra sessions may be called on by governor. Senate + House of Rep = General Assembly. Main body of legislative branch. General Assembly. Members of General assembly are.

      If a rule of the circuit court requires a deposit to secure a fee of the circuit clerk in civil cases specified in Section (H.C.S. S.B. No. , 76th General Assembly, Second Regular Session) and the charge has accrued, fifty percent of the clerk's fee must be paid to the director of revenue each month and fifty percent to the county. EXPLANATION — Matter enc losed in bold-faced brac kets [thus] in the above bill is not enacted and is intended to be omitted from the law. M atter in bol d-f ace type in the above bi ll is proposed l anguage. FIRST REGULAR SESSION HOUSE BILL NO. 97TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY INTRODUCED BY REPRESENTATIVES NICHOLS (Sponsor), PHILLIPS, SCHUPP, BLACK.

      Section 20 of Senate Bill No. 57, 77th General Assembly, First Regular Session [Section , RSMo Supp. ], which purports to limit the civil liability of certain persons rendering emergency medical services, violates the provisions of Article III, Section 23 of the Constitution of Missouri and is, therefore, void. Jan 8. House Bill was passed by the General Assembly in the regular session, and it was signed into law by Governor Nixon on J House Bill expands the New Jobs Deduction, established in by House B to all businesses that meet statutory criteria regardless of how the business entity is structured.


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