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From the House... Moving Legislation
« on: February 26, 2009, 09:27:31 PM »

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Moving Legislation

The House floor has been buzzing this week. We are hearing legislation on a broad range of topics and several bills addressing the four main components of our Family Recovery Plan.  As you may know, this plan combines Tax Reform, Healthcare, Jobs and Energy in effort to jumpstart our sagging economy.

Tuesday, we passed a bill that I am the sponsor of, HB 287, which classifies sawmills as agricultural property for the purpose of property tax assessments.  This will tremendously help small businesses. Oftentimes, these mills are the only employer in towns where they are and losing that is the last thing our rural communities need. Currently, mills are classified as commercial property assessed at thirty-two percent of market value.  A simple classification change could mean substantial savings for mill owners since agricultural property is assessed at only twelve percent of its market value.  This may also mean the difference between a mill being able to make it through these rough times or being forced to close its doors.  We see this as vital legislation. 

We sent the sawmill bill and several other pieces of legislation to the Senate for consideration. In addition, the House’s committees continue to hold hearings to give our citizens a voice on legislation.  This will help us make informed decisions in our state’s best interest.   

On Wednesday, the Special Committee on Health Insurance gave a hearing on a bill that would increase the transparency of healthcare information and patient safety by setting requirements to compare the quality and cost efficiency of healthcare providers.  These requirements would protect Missourians from receiving false or misleading information about providers in our state.  Missourians should be given all the necessary tools to choose one that best suits them. The bill also sets reporting requirements for hospitals that experience incidents resulting in serious adverse healthcare events.  The Department of Health and Senior Services would then be required to give a public report of these incidents each year.

Finally, an important piece of pro-life legislation was passed by the House Special Committee on Children and Families this week.  This bill would changes laws regarding consent requirements for abortion.  One of these requirements states that the woman must provide informed, voluntary consent to the procedure 24 hours before the operation.  In addition, the woman must be provided with the opportunity to have an ultrasound, not a requirement but she must be offered the opportunity. The bill makes it a crime if coercion or force is used.  Protecting the lives of the unborn continues to me one of my top priorities.   

I hope this gives you an idea of what is happening at your Capitol as session continues.  I am very optimistic about the bills going through committee and coming out to the floor.  Missouri is headed in a great direction, and I will continue to work with our members on both sides of the aisle to pass legislation that benefits you and your family.

As always, please contact me anytime I can be of service.  My office number is (573) 751-1446, my e-mail is david.day@house.mo.gov and my website is located at www.StateRepDay.com.
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