Gov. Nixon Signs Six Bills Into Law
JEFFERSON CITY - Gov. Jay Nixon today signed into law six bills passed by the Missouri General Assembly. The Governor signed:
- House Bill 68, which prohibits a political subdivision from imposing a fine or penalty on the owner of a pay telephone on the owner's property for a call made to an emergency services telephone service from the pay telephone.
- House Bill 340, which allows counties of any classification to erect and maintain a jail or holding cell facility at a site other than the county seat and changes the laws regarding the circuit court in Cape Girardeau County.
- House Bill 470, which changes the laws regarding the nonresident entertainer and professional athletic team member income tax.
- House Bill 550, which changes the laws regarding notice of liens on motor vehicles, trailers, watercraft, and manufactured homes.
- Senate Bill 36, which allows employees of certain employers to take a leave of absence for civil air patrol emergency service duty or counter narcotic missions.
- Senate Bill 48, which modifies provisions relating to utilities.
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