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Legislative Updates


The Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announces Over $5 Billion from the CHIPS and Science Act

FEBRUARY 9, 2024

Biden Signs Executive Order to Encourage "Invent it Here, Make it Here"

JULY 28, 2023

The 2024 Missouri Legislative session began on January 3rd.
Major Dates for the 2024 Session
  • Jan. 3 - First Day of Session

  • Jan. 24 - State of the State Address

  • Mar. 18 - Mar. 22 - Spring Break

  • May. 17 -  Last Day of Session

  • Sept. 11 - Veto Session


House Bills to watch

  • HB 1480-Christ, Brad - Incentivizes advanced manufacturing

  • HB 1550-Sassmann, Bruce - Create regulations regarding the manufacture of commercial ice

  • HB 1834-McMullen, Aaron - Establishes incentives for converting a business to produce certain chemicals, gases, metals and minerals

  • HB 1972-Riley, Alex - Establishes the "STEM Career Awareness Activity Program"

  • HB 1990-Gallick, Sherri - Modifies provisions relating to marijuana use and workers' compensation

  • HB 2034-Sassmann, Bruce - Modifies provisions relating to workforce development

  • HB 2081-Brown, Donnie - Establishes tax credits for certain engineering degrees

  • HB 2152-Burger, Jamie - Requires paint manufacturers to establish a paint recycling program and prohibits the sale of their paint in the absence of a recycling program

  • HB 2173-Houx, Dan - Creates a grant program for employers to enhance cybersecurity

  • HB 2325-Christofanelli, Phil - Modifies business dealings regarding the manufacture and distribution of manufactured homes

  • HB 2473-Hardwick, Bill - Establishes the "Missouri Job Creators Tax Reduction Act" relating to a work opportunity tax credit

  • HB 2475-Hovis, Barry - Changes the laws regarding consumer products so that certain individuals and businesses have a right to repair information from certain manufacturers

  • HB 2734-Woods, Eric - Modifies standards relating to mining practices

  • HB 2745-Young, Yolanda - Increases the minimum wage rate to $15 per hour by 2026

  • HB 2926-Wilson, Travis - Authorizes a tax credit for compensation of local businesses who provide qualified employees to serve as instructors at Missouri community colleges

Senate Bills to watch

MAM working
with Missouri Legislators


MO Rep. Mike Henderson (117th) and
MO Rep. Dale Wright (116th)


MAM Executive Director with
MO Governor, Michael Parson


MO Rep. Barry Hovis (146th)


MO Rep. Bill Owens (131st)


MO Rep. Betsy Fogle (135th)


MO Lieutenant Governor, Mike Kehoe

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