MO House Bill #177: “Four new sections relating to feral swine” – If passed, will make transporting live feral swine a crime, and require written permission to hunt private land. Renames feral hogs, feral “swine”.
HB #177 Current STATUS
MO House Bill #1127: “Feral Hogs for Human Consumption” – If passed, will allow any MDA or USDA-inspected slaughter house or meat processor in the State to process feral hogs for Human Consumption.
HB #1127 Current STATUS
MO House Bill #283: “New sections regarding feral hogs, with penalty provisions” – If passed, the Bill will increase the fines and penalties for releasing feral hogs.
HB #283 Current STATUS
MO House Bill #278: “Allows all honorably discharged veterans to fish and hunt without a permit, with certain exceptions” – If passed, outlines situations where honorably discharged Veterans can hunt & fish without a permit.
HB #278 Current STATUS
HB #450 – “Youth Hunting Permit Bill” – Requires a hunter at least six years of age but less than 15 years of age to hunt in the immediate presence of an adult hunter with a valid hunter education certificate card.
HB #450 Current STATUS
Senate Bill #376: “Old Drum Bill” – If passed, the bill would designate “Old Drum” the historical dog of the state of Missouri. The 1870 Court Case involving Old Drum spurred the phrase, “dog is man’s best friend”.
SB #376 Current STATUS
HJR #4 – 2018 MO Constitution Amendment: “Right to Fish & Hunt” – If passed, “no law, rule, or regulation shall unreasonably restrict hunting, fishing & harvesting wildlife or the use of traditional devices and methods.”
HJR #4 Current STATUS
HB #262 – “Service Dog Bill” – Revises the definition of “service dog” to include animals that provide support or therapeutic functions for individuals with psychiatric or mental disabilities.
HB – #262 Current STATUS