Legislative Updates

Missouri Legislative session begins on January 6, 2021

Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

201 W Capitol Ave.

Jefferson City, MO 65101

Bills assigned to Economic Development


SB 5-Wieland-Extends the authorization of AIM Zones until 2030

SB 36-Bernskoetter-Establishes the Capitol Complex Tax Credit Act

SB 57-May-Establishes the Economic Distress Zone Fund

SB 85-Hegeman-Modifies provisions relating to low-income housing tax credits

SB 110-Cierpiot-Prohibits tax credits for the construction or rehabilitation of residences located in certain distressed areas after August 28, 2021

SB 125-Hough-Extends the expiration of the Fast Track Workforce Development Incentive Grant from August 28, 2022 to August 28, 2027

SB 127-Brown-Reauthorizes the wood energy tax credit until June 30, 2027

SB 148-Onder-Creates new provisions relating to worker classification

SB 155-Koenig-Modifies provisions relating to tax credits for contributions to certain benevolent organizations

SB 174-Hough-Establishes the Targeted Industrial Manufacturing Enhancement Zones Act

SB183-O'Laughlin-Modifies definition of "wages" under employment security law to exclude termination and severance pay

SB 188-Beck-Establishes a tax credit for grocery stores in a food desert

SB 215-Hough-Repeals provisions authorizing regional economic development districts

SB 227-Arthur-Allows, rather than requires, the Department of Economic Development to recapture certain tax incentives

SB 253-Hegeman-Establishes a tax credit for certain alternative fuel refueling properties

SB 286-Hough-Creates and amends various provisions regulating limited liability companies and partnerships

SB 354-Hoskins-Extends the sunset of tax credits for agricultural production

SB 355-Hoskins-Extends the sunset of the Meat Processing Facility Investment Tax Credit

SB 367-Hoskins-Establishes the Show Missouri Film and Digital Media Act

101st General Assembly, 1st Regular Session

Bills to follow

HB 87  - Enacts right-to-work provisions relating to labor organizations and workers

HB 95  - Requires all nonfood items sold in the state capitol to be made in the USA

HB 101  - Modifies provisions governing workforce development in elementary and secondary education

HB 159 - Modifies provisions for renewable energy technology

SB 118 - Right to Work

MAM working with

Missouri Legislators

MAM Executive

Director with

MO Governor,

Mike Parson


MO Rep. Mike Henderson and

MO Rep. Dale Wright

MO Rep. Betsy Fogle