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Here are the bills we are watching this legislative session. Session ends on May 12, 2017. There are 6 blatantly anti-LGBT bills that we have our eyes on.

Pro-LGBT Bills
SB 338 (Sen. Schupp) The Missouri Nondiscrimination Act
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

SB 206
(Sen. Sifton) which modifies the requirements for schools anti-bullying policies.
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

HB 485 (Rep. Dunn) The Missouri Nondiscrimination Act
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

HB 846 (Rep. Razer) The Missouri Nondiscrimination Act
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

Anti-LGBT Bills
The language of the three anti-transgender bills include restricting public restroom or school restroom use by transgender individuals. These bills are:

SB 98 (Sen. Emery)
→This bill had a hearing in the Senate Education Committee. There has been no vote yet in the committee. You can take action on this bill here.

HB 202 (Rep. Pogue)
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

HB 745
(Rep. Brattin)
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

There are three bills focusing on marriage. These bills are.

HB 205 (Rep. Pogue) which reads:
Allows a person authorized to solemnize marriages to refuse to solemnize a marriage which is contrary to the religious beliefs or sincerely held moral convictions of such person.
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

HB 62 (Rep. Barry) which reads: 
Changes the laws regarding marriage and replaces marriage licenses with contracts of domestic union.
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

HCR3 (Rep. Pogue) which reads:
Calls for a special session for the purpose of eliminating the state's involvement in the institution of marriage.
→In Committee, no hearing yet.


Other Harmful Bills We Are Watching

These bills undermine the Human Rights Act:
SB 43 (Sen. Romine) 
→ This bill is moving. Find out more about this bill here.

HB 550 (Rep. McGaugh)
→Public hearing in committee completed, no vote yet.

HB 552 (Rep. Austin)
→Public hearing in committee completed, no vote yet.

HB 676 (Rep. Plocher)
→Public hearing in committee completed, no vote yet.

Saint Louis Focused Religious Exemption Bill:
SCR 10 (Sen. Wieland)
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

Jeopardize health services for seniors, people with disabilities, and children:
SB 28 (Sen. Sater)
→ This bill is moving. Find out more about this bill here.

Religious Exemption Bills:
SJR 6 (Sen. Emery)
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

HB 642 (Rep. Kelly) 
→ This bill is moving. Find our more about where this bill stands here.

Other Bills That We Support & Are Watching 

Prohibit Biased Policing:

SB 287 (Sen. Nasheed)
→Public hearing in committee completed, no vote yet.

HB 1213 (Rep. Dogan)
→In Committee, no hearing yet.

 

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