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					Proposed Rules



          May 15, 2009
          Vol. 34, No. 10
                                           Orders of Rulemaking                                                                               MISSOURI
                                                                                                                                              REGISTER


                                                                                   commission amends a rule as follows:
                his section will contain the final text of the rules proposed
           T    by agencies. The order of rulemaking is required to con-
           tain a citation to the legal authority upon which the order of
                                                                                          7 CSR 10-23.020 Certification and Certification Renewal
                                                                                        Requirements for Qualified Sampling and Testing Technicians
           rulemaking is based; reference to the date and page or pages                 and Sampling or Testing Technicians-in-Training is amended.
           where the notice of proposed rulemaking was published in
           the Missouri Register; an explanation of any change between
                                                                                   A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
           the text of the rule as contained in the notice of proposed             amendment was published in the Missouri Register on December 15,
           rulemaking and the text of the rule as finally adopted, togeth-         2008 (33 MoReg 2427–2428). No changes have been made in the
           er with the reason for any such change; and the full text of            text of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-
           any section or subsection of the rule as adopted which has              posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication
           been changed from that contained in the notice of proposed              in the Code of State Regulations.
           rulemaking. The effective date of the rule shall be not less
           than thirty (30) days after the date of publication of the revi-        SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
           sion to the Code of State Regulations.
                he agency is also required to make a brief summary of
           T    the general nature and extent of comments submitted in
           support of or opposition to the proposed rule and a concise
                                                                                         Title 7—DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
           summary of the testimony presented at the hearing, if any,
                                                                                        Division 10—Missouri Highways and Transportation
                                                                                                          Commission
           held in connection with the rulemaking, together with a con-
           cise summary of the agency’s findings with respect to the                      Chapter 23—Technician Certification Program
           merits of any such testimony or comments which are
           opposed in whole or in part to the proposed rule. The ninety                              ORDER OF RULEMAKING
           (90)-day period during which an agency shall file its order of
           rulemaking for publication in the Missouri Register begins              By the authority vested in the Missouri Highways and Transportation
           either: 1) after the hearing on the proposed rulemaking is              Commission under sections 226.020 and 227.030, RSMo 2000, the
           held; or 2) at the end of the time for submission of comments           commission amends a rule as follows:
           to the agency. During this period, the agency shall file with
           the secretary of state the order of rulemaking, either putting                7 CSR 10-23.030 Certification Suspension and Revocation
           the proposed rule into effect, with or without further changes,                 Procedures and the Appeal Process for Technicians and
           or withdrawing the proposed rule.                                             Sampling or Testing Technicians-in-Training is amended.

                                                                                   A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
              Title 7—DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION                                 amendment was published in the Missouri Register on December 15,
             Division 10—Missouri Highways and Transportation                      2008 (33 MoReg 2428–2430). No changes have been made in the text
                               Commission                                          of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-
               Chapter 23—Technician Certification Program                         posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication
                                                                                   in the Code of State Regulations.
                            ORDER OF RULEMAKING
                                                                                   SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
          By the authority vested in the Missouri Highways and Transportation
          Commission under sections 226.020 and 227.030, RSMo 2000, the
          commission amends a rule as follows:                                         Title 10—DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
                      7 CSR 10-23.010 Definitions is amended.
                                                                                                Division 20—Clean Water Commission
                                                                                                      Chapter 7—Water Quality
          A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
          amendment was published in the Missouri Register on December 15,
                                                                                                     ORDER OF RULEMAKING
          2008 (33 MoReg 2426). No changes have been made in the text of
          the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed
          amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the    By the authority vested in the Missouri Clean Water Commission
          Code of State Regulations.                                               (commission) under section 644.026, RSMo 2000, the commission
                                                                                   amends a rule as follows:
          SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
                                                                                        10 CSR 20-7.050 Methodology for Development of Impaired
                                                                                                        Waters List is amended.
              Title 7—DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
             Division 10—Missouri Highways and Transportation                      A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
                               Commission                                          amendment was published in the Missouri Register on October 15,
               Chapter 23—Technician Certification Program                         2008 (33 MoReg 1870–1871). No changes have been made in the text
                                                                                   of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-
                            ORDER OF RULEMAKING                                    posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication
                                                                                   in the Code of State Regulations.
          By the authority vested in the Missouri Highways and Transportation
          Commission under sections 226.020 and 227.030, RSMo 2000, the            SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
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    Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY                                By the authority vested in the MO HealthNet Division under section
           Division 40—Division of Fire Safety                          208.201, RSMo Supp. 2008, the division adopts a rule as follows:
   Chapter 2—Boiler and Pressure Vessel Safety Rules
                                                                                           13 CSR 70-15.200 is adopted.
                 ORDER OF RULEMAKING
                                                                        A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
By the authority vested in the Division of Fire Safety under section    rule was published in the Missouri Register on December 15, 2008
650.215, RSMo 2000, the division amends a rule as follows:              (33 MoReg 2430–2431). Those sections with changes are reprinted
                                                                        here. This proposed rule becomes effective thirty (30) days after pub-
        11 CSR 40-2.025 Installation Permits is amended.
                                                                        lication in the Code of State Regulations.
A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,         SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: The Missouri Department of Social
2009 (34 MoReg 212–214). No changes have been made to the text          Services, MO HealthNet Division received and reviewed written
of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-       comments on the proposed rule from seven (7) sources: HealthCare
posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publica-       USA, Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital, Missouri Health Care
tion in the Code of State Regulations.                                  Association, Washington University Physicians, BJC HealthCare,
                                                                        Missouri Hospital Association, and Missouri Center for Patient
SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.                         Safety. One (1) comment with corrections to the proposed rule was
                                                                        received from MO HealthNet Division staff. The comments are sum-
                                                                        marized as follows:
    Title 13—DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
           Division 40—Family Support Division                          COMMENT #1: HealthCare USA commented in support of the
            Chapter 3—County Reimbursement                              department on this rulemaking addressing payment policy for a seri-
                                                                        ous adverse event or hospital or ambulatory surgical center-acquired
                 ORDER OF RULEMAKING                                    condition prior to the rule being filed with the Missouri Secretary of
                                                                        State.
By the authority vested in the Family Support Division under section    RESPONSE: The department appreciates the support of HealthCare
454.400, RSMo 2000, the director amends a rule as follows.              USA regarding implementation of this rule. No change to the rule
                                                                        text was made as a result of this comment.
    13 CSR 40-3.010 Reimbursable Expenditures is amended.

A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed     COMMENT: #2 Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital and the Missouri
amendment was published in the Missouri Register on January 2,          Health Care Association commented prior to publication that sub-
2009 (34 MoReg 16). No changes have been made in the text of the        section (1)(A) should denote a particular version of the National
proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed          Quality Forum “list of serious adverse events in health care.” The
amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the   Missouri Hospital Association commented that subsection (2)(E)
Code of State Regulations.                                              should also denote a particular version of the list of Medicare
                                                                        Hospital-Acquired Conditions (NCAs) non-payable for Medicare.
SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.                         RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The department
                                                                        agrees with the comment and revised subsection (1)(A) of the rule to
                                                                        denote a particular version of the National Quality Forum “list of
    Title 13—DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES                              serious adverse events in health care” prior to filing with the
           Division 40—Family Support Division                          Missouri Secretary of State. Subsection (2)(E) will be changed to
            Chapter 3—County Reimbursement                              comply with state statutory requirements governing referral to exter-
                                                                        nal documents in regulations.
                 ORDER OF RULEMAKING
                                                                        COMMENT #3: Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital and Missouri
By the authority vested in the Family Support Division under section    Health Care Association commented prior to publication that the def-
454.400, RSMo 2000, the director amends a rule as follows.              inition of “adverse event” and “preventable” were so vague as to not
                                                                        give meaningful direction to providers. Washington University
 13 CSR 40-3.020 Minimum Record-Keeping Requirements for
                                                                        Physicians commented that “electric shock” was not defined.
County Reimbursement and Standardization of Claims Submissions
                                                                        Washington University Physicians and BJC HealthCare commented
                        is amended.
                                                                        “low risk pregnancy” is not defined. The Missouri Hospital
A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed     Association suggested that the implementation guidance of the
amendment was published in the Missouri Register on January 2,          National Quality Forum be incorporated in the rule because it pro-
2009 (34 MoReg 16–17). No changes have been made in the text of         vides additional detail regarding the definition of many of the
the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed      National Quality Forum serious adverse events.
amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the   RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The National
Code of State Regulations.                                              Quality Forum, an organization created to develop and implement a
                                                                        national strategy for health care quality measurement and reporting,
SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.                         is responsible for the development of the serious preventable adverse
                                                                        events list. The definitions for adverse event, preventable, electric
                                                                        shock, and low risk pregnancy are all defined in the National Quality
    Title 13—DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES                              Forum’s publication “Serious Reportable Events in Healthcare:
            Division 70—MO HealthNet Division                           2006 Update.” Subsection (1)(A) will be amended to incorporate by
              Chapter 15—Hospital Program                               reference the criteria and implementation guidance of Table 1 of the
                                                                        National Quality Forum’s publication “Serious Reportable Events in
                 ORDER OF RULEMAKING                                    Healthcare: 2006 Update.”
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COMMENT #4: Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital and Missouri                  ambulatory surgical centers then the phrase “healthcare facility”
Health Care Association commented prior to publication that section       should be defined to mean only hospitals and ambulatory surgical
(2) of the rule uses the phrase “serious disability” as opposed to        centers to avoid confusion. The Missouri Hospital Association com-
“serious harm,” meaning an injury could occur, but so long as it is       mented that at various points in the proposed regulation there is a
not a disabling injury, it would not constitute an event disqualifying    need to add references to ambulatory surgical centers to make it clear
the facility from payment. BJC HealthCare commented that “seri-           that the payment standard applies to inpatient hospital services, hos-
ous” should be limited to permanent or irreversible loss of bodily        pital outpatient surgery, and ambulatory surgical center services.
function (not seven (7) days or present on discharge as medical con-      RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: Sections (1),
ditions resolve after these time periods).                                (2), and (4) will be changed to clarify that this regulation applies to
RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this         inpatient hospital services, hospital outpatient surgery, and ambula-
comment. Serious is defined in the rule and by National Quality           tory surgical center services.
Forum as an adverse event that results in death or loss of a body part,
disability, or loss of bodily function lasting more than seven (7) days   COMMENT #9: Missouri Health Care Association suggested that
or is still present at the time of discharge from a hospital.             the division seriously consider the results of possible large scale
                                                                          reimbursement reductions and the defensive medicine which will be
COMMENT #5: Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital and Missouri                  caused as a marketplace response to this proposed rule. It was sug-
Health Care Association commented prior to publication that the           gested the rule will force hospitals to divert their resources to unnec-
denial of payment to a Medicaid enrolled provider would give rise to      essary risk management efforts. The Missouri Health Care
an administrative appeal under 208.156, RSMo. Washington                  Association encouraged the division to consider withdrawing the pro-
University Physicians, BJC HealthCare, and Missouri Hospital              posed rule to allow the division a better opportunity to evaluate its
Association also commented that the rule should, at a minimum,            effect.
explain the process by which provider appeals will be acted upon.         RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this
RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this         comment. Medicare no longer pays the higher MS-DRG for certain
comment. The department agrees that denial of payment to a                categories of conditions covered in this rule that occur while a patient
Medicaid enrolled provider would give rise to an administrative           is in an inpatient prospective payment system hospital. In a July
appeal under 208.156, RSMo.                                               2008 letter to state Medicaid directors, CMS provided guidance to
                                                                          states related to coordination of state Medicaid payment policies with
COMMENT #6: Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital and the Missouri              those adopted by the Medicare program to prevent payment liability
Health Care Association both expressed concerns that hospitals faced      by Medicaid as a secondary payer.
with non-payment because of this rule will be tempted to claim that
the adverse event occurred prior to admission to their hospital.
                                                                          COMMENT #10: Washington University Physicians and BJC
Missouri Health Care Association suggested that stage 3 or 4 pres-
                                                                          HealthCare believe that MO HealthNet should not diverge from the
sure ulcers acquired after admission to a healthcare facility be elim-
                                                                          approach implemented by CMS for the Medicare program.
inated from the list of serious reportable events because of confusion
that will be caused and the adverse relationships that it will foster     RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this
between nursing facilities and hospitals.                                 comment. In its July 31, 2008, State Medicaid Director letter, CMS
RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this         said, “CMS encourages the States to consider the entire Medicaid
comment. The department appreciates the serious issue raised by the       population (not just dual eligibles) and all of the NQF Never Events
comment. However, the department believes that the healthcare             in the creation of individual State policies. The guiding principle
providers will develop appropriate observation and documentation          should be that payment and performance need to be linked. . . . This
procedures and tools. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services          is an important part of the Secretary’s and CMS’ Value Driven
(CMS) has required since October 2008 that all Inpatient Prospective      Health Care initiative to ensure prudent use of resources to enhance
Payment System hospitals code whether or not a condition was pre-         quality care.” CMS announced in July 2008 the initiation of three
sent on admission.                                                        (3) Medicare National Coverage Determinations (NCD) proceedings
                                                                          for “wrong surgery,” a category of never events included in the
COMMENT #7: Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital and Missouri                  National Quality Forum’s list of serious reportable adverse events.
Health Care Association commented prior to publication that the           On January 15, 2009, the NCD became effective.
department does not have sufficient personnel to enforce this rule or
if state staff would have the knowledge necessary to evaluate proper      COMMENT #11: Washington University Physicians and BJC
care in a psychiatric hospital. Two Rivers Psychiatric Hospital           HealthCare commented that the list of measures attributed to the
required time to explore concerns more fully or exempt psychiatric        National Quality Forum is not appropriate to be used as the basis for
hospitals from the rule until the department has better experience        withholding MO HealthNet payments to providers.
with how it will work. The Missouri Hospital Association comment-         RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this
ed that the current “Present on Admission (POA)” coding only              comment. According to the National Quality Forum, serious
applies to hospitals paid under the Medicare Inpatient Prospective        reportable events are defined as events which are of concern to both
Payment System (IPPS). Other types of hospitals paid using differ-        the public and healthcare professionals, are clearly identifiable and
ent Medicare payment methodologies are exempt. The Missouri               measurable and feasible to include in a reporting system, and of a
Hospital Association suggested that the non-IPPS hospitals be given       nature such that the risk of occurrence is significantly influenced by
more time to prepare for implementation of the POA reporting              the policies and procedures of the healthcare facility. As a prudent
requirement before it is imposed.                                         payer for healthcare services MO HealthNet believes that serious
RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The department                        adverse events, such as surgery performed on the wrong body part,
agrees that hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers not paid under      surgery performed on the wrong patient, or wrong surgery on the
the Medicare IPPS should have more time to prepare for implemen-          patient, should not be paid for by Medicaid.
tation of the POA reporting requirement. A change has been made to
section (5).                                                              COMMENT #12: Washington University Physicians, BJC
                                                                          HealthCare, and the Missouri Hospital Association commented that
COMMENT #8: Missouri Health Care Association commented that               compliance with new policies that are at variance with the CMS pre-
if the proposed rule is to be limited to adverse events in hospitals or   sent on admission policy will have a greater impact on providers than
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claimed in the fiscal estimate, and that one (1) of several factors        for Preventable Serious Adverse Events.”
motivating the proposed rule is the goal of budget savings.                RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this
RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this          comment. At this time the department believes it is important to
comment. While the Medicaid portion of costs to avoid preventable          communicate that the focus of the rule is a decrease of preventable
serious adverse events will be reimbursed based on the hospital            serious adverse events in hospitals or ambulatory surgical centers.
Medicare or Medicaid cost report, the division believes this rule will
not necessitate costs that would not have been incurred in ordinary        COMMENT #19: The Missouri Center for Patient Safety and the
risk management effort. Budget savings is not a motivating factor for      Missouri Hospital Association pointed out that not all the items on
the proposed rule. As acknowledged by the commenter, it is the             the list of National Quality Forum serious reportable events were
responsibility of MO HealthNet to ensure the highest level of care be      included in subsection (2)(E).
provided to participants, and it is the obligation of the division to      RESPONSE: No change has been made to the rule as a result of this
ensure public funds are spent efficiently. The division does not           comment. Not all the services on the list are covered by MO
believe that preventable serious adverse events or hospital or ambu-       HealthNet.
latory surgical center-acquired conditions are frequent occurrences,
but the division is using the rulemaking process to make it clear that     COMMENT #20: The Missouri Center for Patient Safety and the
MO HealthNet will not pay for preventable errors that provide no           Missouri Hospital Association encouraged the department to work
benefit to the patient. The MO HealthNet Division uses the CMS             with federally-listed Patient Safety Organizations (PSO) and require
(Medicare) hospital outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS)           MO HealthNet enrolled hospitals and ambulatory surgical centers to
as the basis for determining payments to ambulatory surgery centers        participate with a federally-designated PSO.
for surgical services.                                                     RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The division
                                                                           agrees with this recommendation. Section (6) has been added.
COMMENT #13: Washington University Physicians commented that
death or significant injury of a patient or staff member resulting from    COMMENT #21: A staff member pointed out grammatical errors
a physical assault (battery) that occurs within or on the grounds of a     in subsections (1)(A) and (1)(C) and paragraphs (2)(E)19. and
healthcare facility are, by definition, intentional acts by individuals,   (2)(E)21.
and such independent acts should not be the basis to deny payment
                                                                           RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: Subsections
for services rendered.
                                                                           (1)(A) and (1)(C) and paragraphs (2)(E)19. and (2)(E)21. have been
RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The department
                                                                           corrected.
intended that, among other things, the serious adverse event be with-
in the control of the hospital. Subsection (2)(E) will be changed to
delete death or significant injury of a patient or staff member result-    13 CSR 70-15.200 Payment Policy for a Preventable Serious
ing from a physical assault (battery) that occurs within or on the         Adverse Event or Hospital or Ambulatory Surgical Center-
grounds of a healthcare facility.                                          Acquired Condition

COMMENT #14: BJC HealthCare commented that this rule and                   (1) Definitions.
department determinations of preventable harm can be used effec-              (A) Adverse event. A discrete, auditable, and clearly defined
tively by plaintiff’s counsel in medical malpractice litigation.           occurrence as identified by the National Quality Forum in its list of
RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this          serious adverse events in health care, as of December 15, 2008, (and
comment. The purpose of this rule is to establish the MO HealthNet         as further defined by the criteria and implementation guidance of
payment policy for services.                                               Table 1 of the National Quality Forum’s publication “Serious
                                                                           Reportable Events in Healthcare: 2006 Update” which is available at
COMMENT #15: BJC HealthCare commented that several of the                  http://www.qualityforum.org/publications/reports/sre_2006.asp) or
serious reportable events could be attributed to others.                   an event identified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid
RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this          Services, as of December 15, 2008, that leads to a negative conse-
comment. The rule clearly states the payment will be denied when           quence of care resulting in an unintended injury or illness which was
the event is within the control of the hospital or ambulatory surgical     preventable.
center.                                                                       (B) Preventable. An event that reasonably could have been antic-
                                                                           ipated and avoided by the establishment and implementation of
COMMENT #16: BJC HealthCare commented that elopements, sui-                appropriate policies, procedures, and protocols by a hospital or
cides, and abductions should be limited to inpatient hospital stays        ambulatory surgical center or by staff conformance to established
because emergency department and ambulatory outpatients are                hospital or ambulatory surgical center policies, procedures, and pro-
beyond stringent hospital controls.                                        tocols.
RESPONSE: No change was made to the rule text as a result of this             (C) Serious. An adverse event that results in death or loss of a
comment. The rule clearly states the payment will be denied when           body part, disability, or loss of bodily function lasting more than
the event is within the control of the hospital or ambulatory surgical     seven (7) days or, for a hospital patient, the loss of bodily function is
center.                                                                    still present at the time of discharge from a hospital.
                                                                              (D) Healthcare facility. For purposes of the regulation shall mean
COMMENT #17: BJC HealthCare and the Missouri Hospital                      a hospital or ambulatory surgical center.
Association commented that it was not specified in the regulation
how the MO HealthNet Division would reduce payments to hospitals           (2) Payment to hospitals or ambulatory surgical centers enrolled as
“for care only related to the treatment consequences of a serious          MO HealthNet providers for care related only to the treatment of the
adverse event” in an inpatient payment system based on per diem            consequences of a serious adverse event will be denied or recovered
payments.                                                                  by the MO HealthNet Division when such serious adverse event is
RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: Clarifying lan-                        determined to:
guage has been added to section (4).                                          (B) Be within the control of the hospital or ambulatory surgical
                                                                           center;
COMMENT #18: The Missouri Center for Patient Safety suggest-                  (C) Have occurred during an inpatient hospital admission, outpa-
ed that the title of the rule be broadened to reflect a general “Policy    tient hospital surgery care, or care in an ambulatory surgical center;
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   (E) Be included on the National Quality Forum list of Serious            HealthNet director. The final decision of the division regarding the
Reportable Events as of December 15, 2008, or the Centers for               denial of payment shall be subject to review by the Administrative
Medicare and Medicaid Services list of Medicare Hospital-Acquired           Hearing Commission pursuant to the provisions of 208.156, RSMo.
Conditions (HCAs), non-payable by Medicare as of December 15,               Such payment limitation shall only apply to the hospital or ambula-
2008. The National Quality Forum list of serious reportable events          tory surgical center where the adverse event occurred and shall not
as of December 15, 2008, includes:                                          apply to care provided by other hospitals should the patient subse-
      1. Surgery performed on the wrong body part;                          quently be transferred or admitted to another hospital for needed
      2. Surgery performed on the wrong patient;                            care.
      3. Wrong surgical procedure on a patient;
      4. Foreign object left in a patient after surgery or other proce-     (5) Hospitals or ambulatory surgical centers enrolled as MO
dure;                                                                       HealthNet providers and paid under the Medicare Inpatient
      5. Intraoperative or immediately post-operative death in a nor-       Prospective Payment System (IPPS) shall include the “Present on
mal health patient;                                                         Admission” (POA) indicator on the UB 04 when submitting claims
      6. Patient death or serious disability associated with the use of     for payment beginning thirty (30) days after publication of this rule
contaminated drugs, devices, or biologics provided by the healthcare        in the Missouri Code of State Regulations. Hospitals or ambulatory
facility;                                                                   surgical centers enrolled as MO HealthNet providers and not paid
      7. Patient death or serious disability associated with the use or     under the Medicare Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS)
function of a device in patient care in which the device is used or         shall include the “Present on Admission” (POA) indicator on the UB
functions other than as intended;                                           04 when submitting claims for payment beginning July 1, 2010. The
      8. Patient death or serious disability associated with intravascu-    POA indicator shall be coded as instructed by the Centers for
lar air embolism that occurs while being cared for in a healthcare          Medicare and Medicaid Services.
facility;
      9. Infant discharged to the wrong person;                             (6) On or before January 1, 2010, all hospitals or ambulatory surgi-
      10. Patient death or serious disability associated with patient       cal centers enrolled as MO HealthNet providers shall have a contract
elopement (disappearance) for more than four (4) hours;                     to participate with a federally-designated Patient Safety Organization
      11. Patient suicide, or attempted suicide resulting in serious dis-   (PSO) as defined in the federal Patient Safety and Quality
ability, while being cared for in a healthcare facility;                    Improvement Act of 2005. The hospital or ambulatory surgical cen-
      12. Patient death or serious disability associated with a medica-     ter shall report the occurrence of a serious reportable event and the
tion error (error involving the wrong drug, wrong dose, wrong               root cause of the event to the PSO and participate in PSO-related
patient, wrong time, wrong rate, wrong preparation, or wrong route          improvement strategies as set forth in the contract.
of administration);
      13. Patient death or serious disability associated with a hemolyt-
ic reaction due to the administration of ABO-incompatible blood or
blood products;                                                                   Title 20—DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE,
      14. Maternal death or serious disability associated with labor or       FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
delivery on a low-risk pregnancy while being cared for in a health-                             REGISTRATION
care facility;                                                                        Division 500—Property and Casualty
      15. Patient death or serious disability associated with hypo-                             Chapter 7—Title
glycemia, the onset of which occurs while the patient is being cared
for in a healthcare facility;                                                                ORDER OF RULEMAKING
      16. Death or serious disability (Kernicterus) associated with
failure to identify and treat hyperbilirubinemia in neonates;               By the authority vested in the Department of Insurance, Financial
      17. Stage 3 or 4 pressure ulcers acquired after admission to a        Institutions and Professional Registration under sections 374.045 and
healthcare facility;                                                        381.042, RSMo Supp. 2008, the director amends a rule as follows.
      18. Patient death or serious disability due to spinal manipulative
therapy;
                                                                                              20 CSR 500-7.030 is amended.
      19. Patient death or serious disability associated with an electric
shock while being cared for in a healthcare facility;
      20. Any incident in which a line designated for oxygen or other       A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
gas to be delivered to a patient contains the wrong gas or is contam-       amendment was published in the Missouri Register on November 17,
inated by toxic substances;                                                 2008 (33 MoReg 2238). Those sections with changes are reprinted
      21. Patient death or serious disability associated with a burn        here. This proposed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days
incurred from any source while being cared for in a healthcare facil-       after publication in the Code of State Regulations.
ity;
      22. Patient death associated with a fall while being cared for in     SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: A public hearing on this proposed
a healthcare facility;                                                      amendment was held January 22, 2009, and the public comment
      23. Patient death or serious disability associated with the use of    period ended January 29, 2009. At the public hearing, department
restraints or bedrails while being cared for in a healthcare facility;      staff explained the amendment, and the director received comments
      24. Any instance of care ordered by or provided by someone            from David Townsend and Brent Scheer with Agents National Title
impersonating a physician, nurse, pharmacist, or other licensed             Insurance Company, Donnia Mayfield, the Missouri Title Legislative
healthcare provider;                                                        Study Group, and Jim Drake.
      25. Abduction of a patient of any age; or
      26. Sexual assault on a patient within or on the grounds of a         COMMENT #1: Martha Burton, on behalf of the department, and
healthcare facility.                                                        the Missouri Title Legislative Study Group commented that the sec-
                                                                            tions on Form T-6A should be renumbered.
(4) MO HealthNet payment denials will be calculated by the MO               RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The director
HealthNet Division based on the facts of each serious adverse event.        agrees with this comment and will renumber the sections on Form T-
The calculation of the denial of payment will be reviewed by the MO         6A accordingly.
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COMMENT #2: David Townsend and Brent Scheer, on behalf of                   nesses. Mr. Hollenberg further commented that much is being made
Agents National Title Insurance Company, commented that Form T-             today of transparency in governmental affairs and the public is
6A should be held confidential by the director.                             demanding that governmental bodies account for and grant access to
RESPONSE: The director appreciates this comment; however, no                government records. To sequester such information would work
changes have been made to the rule or forms in response. Form T-            against the public’s best interest. Public access to the annual reviews
6B is given confidentiality protection by the director because the          would provide notice to the public of possible issues alerting buyers,
director believes the information reported amounts to a trade secret        sellers, and lenders that they would be better served by a competitor
as defined by section 417.453(4), RSMo. The information reported            with better business practices. Withholding this information, as sug-
on Form T-6A does not qualify as a trade secret, thus is not given          gested by Mr. Townsend and Mr. Scheer, places consumers at a
additional confidentiality protections.                                     greater risk and subjects them to otherwise avoidable damages.
                                                                            RESPONSE: The director appreciates and agrees with this comment.
COMMENT #3: Donnia Mayfield commented that Form T-6A                        No changes have been made to the rule or forms in response.
should include a verification that the agency is properly licensed and
followed the law regarding title plant searches, section 381.071,           20 CSR 500-7.030 General Instructions
RSMo.
RESPONSE: The director appreciates this comment; however, no                (1) Filing and Report Forms. The following forms are incorporated
changes have been made to the rule or forms in response. A licens-          by reference and approved for filing with the department. The forms
ing review is not specifically included in the list of review findings      contain no later amendments or additions and are available to the
required by section 381.023.2, RSMo, therefore, it is not included in       public for inspection and copying at the department’s website at
Form T-6A. While title plant search compliance is not explicitly            www.insurance.mo.gov or at the department offices at 301 West
included in Form T-6A, a review of underwriting practices, includ-          High Street, Room 530, Jefferson City, MO 65101.
ing title searches, is inherent in Section 1 of Form T-6A.                     (G) The Insurer’s On-site Review Report form (Form T-6A and
                                                                            Form T-6B), revised February 26, 2009, or any form which sub-
COMMENT #4: Jim Drake commented that the rule should apply to               stantially comports with the specified form.
all title agencies, even those based outside Missouri.
RESPONSE: The director appreciates this comment; however, no
changes to the rule or forms were made in response. The director                  Title 20—DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE,
interprets the authorizing statutes and rule to apply to all title insur-     FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
ance agencies contracted with a title insurer authorized to do busi-                            REGISTRATION
ness in Missouri, regardless of that agency’s location.                               Division 500—Property and Casualty
                                                                                                Chapter 7—Title
COMMENT #5: Jim Drake and Rick Hollenberg, on behalf of the
Missouri Mortgage Bankers, commented that title insurance agent
                                                                                             ORDER OF RULEMAKING
escrow accounts, particularly sweep accounts, should be protected by
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).
                                                                            By the authority vested in the Department of Insurance, Financial
RESPONSE: The director agrees that FDIC protection is beneficial;
                                                                            Institutions and Professional Registration under section 374.045,
however, the director declines to specify which federal entity must
appropriately insure deposits or institutions in accordance with sec-       RSMo 2000 and sections 381.023 and 381.042, RSMo Supp. 2008,
tion 381.022.1(2), RSMo. Section 381.022.3, RSMo, prescribes the            the director adopts a rule as follows.
conditions under which escrow funds can be lawfully disbursed,
including transfers to a sweep account. Form T-6A, Section 12,                                 20 CSR 500-7.080 is adopted.
already requires that the insurer’s onsite review determine compli-
ance with section 381.022.2, RSMo, which requires the use of “sep-          A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
arate fiduciary trust accounts or accounts in a qualified depository        rule was published in the Missouri Register on November 17, 2008
institution”. No changes have been made to the rule in response to          (33 MoReg 2238–2242). Those sections with changes are reprinted
this comment.                                                               here. This proposed rule becomes effective thirty (30) days after pub-
                                                                            lication in the Code of State Regulations.
COMMENT #6: The Missouri Title Legislative Study Group com-
mented that Section 4 of T-6A should be modified to reflect the dis-        SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: A public hearing on this proposed
tinction between Forms T-6A and T-6B.                                       rule was held January 22, 2009, and the public comment period
RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The director                            ended January 29, 2009. At the public hearing, department staff
agrees with this comment and has modified Form T-6A accordingly.            explained the new rule and the director received comments from
                                                                            David Townsend and Brent Scheer with Agents National Title
COMMENT #7: The Missouri Title Legislative Study Group com-                 Insurance Company, Donnia Mayfield, the Missouri Title Legislative
mented that Form T-6B should be modified to show that agents report         Study Group, Missouri Mortgage Bankers Association, and Jim
policies rather than policy files to the underwriter.                       Drake.
RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The director
agrees with this comment and has modified Form T-6B accordingly.            COMMENT #1: David Cox, on behalf of the department, com-
                                                                            mented that subsection (2)(A) should be deleted because licensing
COMMENT #8: Rick Hollenberg, on behalf of the Missouri                      review is not explicitly provided for in the authorizing statute.
Mortgage Bankers Association, expressed opposition to David                 RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The director
Townsend’s and Brent Scheer’s suggestions in Comment #2, above,             agrees with this comment and modified the rule accordingly.
regarding expanding the confidentiality protections offered by the
proposed amendment and Form T-6A. Mr. Hollenberg stated that                COMMENT #2: David Townsend and Brent Scheer, on behalf of
public knowledge of efficiencies or inefficiencies of an agent or           Agents National Title Insurance Company, commented that Form T-
agency are of the most importance for a consumer. Public access to          6A should be held confidential by the director.
the results of the reviews required by the amendment and forms              RESPONSE: The director appreciates this comment; however, no
works toward agents and agencies being more sensitive to complying          changes have been made to the rule in response. Form T-6B is given
with the law and employing a best practices model for their busi-           confidentiality protection by the director because the director
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10                                          Missouri Register                                                            Page 1221

believes the information reported amounts to a trade secret as defined      already requires that the insurer’s onsite review determine compli-
by section 417.453(4), RSMo. The information reported on Form T-            ance with section 381.022.2, RSMo, which requires the use of “sep-
6A does not qualify as a trade secret, thus is not given additional con-    arate fiduciary trust accounts or accounts in a qualified depository
fidentiality protections.                                                   institution.” No changes have been made to the rule in response to
                                                                            this comment.
COMMENT #3: Donnia Mayfield commented that Form T-6A
should include a verification that the agency is properly licensed and      20 CSR 500-7.080 Insurer’s Annual On-site Review
followed the law regarding title plant searches, section 381.071,
RSMo.                                                                       (2) Standards of Annual On-site Review. Insurer shall conduct an
RESPONSE: The director appreciates this comment; however, no                annual on-site review of underwriting, claims, and escrow practices
changes have been made to the rule or forms in response. A licens-          of agencies where commitments and/or policies of the insurer have
ing review is not specifically included in the list of review findings      been issued that is reasonably designed to detect violations of
required by section 381.023.2, RSMo, therefore, it is not included in       Chapter 381, RSMo, compliance with the Issuing Agency
T-6A. While title plant search compliance is not explicitly included        Agreement, and compliance with the underwriting standards and
in Form T-6A, a review of underwriting practices, including title           guidelines as established by the insurer. The insurer annual on-site
searches, is inherent in Section 1 of Form T-6A.                            review shall provide, at a minimum, for the following:
                                                                               (A) Underwriting Practices and Claims. The title insurer shall
COMMENT #4: Jim Drake commented that the rule should apply to               review the agency’s adherence to its established underwriting stan-
all title agencies, even those based outside Missouri.                      dards. The title insurer shall review the agency’s procedures for noti-
RESPONSE: The director appreciates this comment; however, no                fication of claims according to the terms of the Issuing Agency
changes to the rule or forms were made in response. The director            Contract between the title agency or agent and the insurer and the
interprets the authorizing statutes and rule to apply to all title insur-   terms contained in the insurer’s policies of title insurance;
ance agencies contracted with a title insurer authorized to do business        (B) Insurer Remittances. Each on-site review shall verify that the
in Missouri, regardless of that agency’s location.                          funds held on behalf of the insurer are reasonably ascertainable from
                                                                            the books of account and records of the title agency or agent and are
COMMENT #5: The Missouri Title Legislative Study Group com-                 sufficient to satisfy the obligations of the title agency or agent to the
mented that Section 4 of T-6A should be modified to reflect the dis-        insurer. Each on-site review shall verify that remittances are being
tinction between Forms T-6A and T-6B.                                       paid to the insurer by the policy issuing agent in a timely manner in
RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The director                            accordance with section 381.038.3, RSMo;
agrees with this comment and has modified Form T-6A accordingly.               (C) Insurer-Agency Contract. Each on-site review shall include a
                                                                            review of the title insurer and title insurance agency/title insurance
COMMENT #6: The Missouri Title Legislative Study Group com-                 agent contracts to ensure a) the contract sets forth the responsibilities
mented that Form T-6B should be modified to show that agents report         of each party and, when both parties share the responsibility for a
policies rather than policy files to the underwriter.                       particular function, specifies the division of responsibilities, and b)
RESPONSE AND EXPLANATION OF CHANGE: The director                            the contract is up-to-date and properly executed;
agrees with this comment and has modified Form T-6B accordingly.               (D) Annual Statement. The title insurer shall obtain from the title
                                                                            insurance agent, or from the title insurance agency if the title insur-
COMMENT #7: Rich Hollenberg, on behalf of the Missouri
                                                                            ance agent is employed by a title insurance agency, a statement of
Mortgage Bankers Association, expressed opposition to David
                                                                            financial condition of the title insurance agent or title insurance
Townsend’s and Brent Scheer’s suggestions in Comment #2, above,
                                                                            agency as required pursuant to section 381.023.2(2), RSMo, which
regarding expanding the confidentiality protections offered by the
                                                                            includes an income statement and balance sheet or federal tax return
proposed rule and Form T-6A. Mr. Hollenberg stated that public
                                                                            showing the condition of the title insurance agent/agency affairs as of
knowledge of efficiencies or inefficiencies of an agent or agency are
                                                                            December 31 of the preceding year, or fiscal year. This statement of
of the most importance for a consumer. Public access to the results
                                                                            financial condition shall be certified by the title insurance agent or
of the reviews required by the rule and forms works toward agents
                                                                            the title insurance agency’s designated agent as being a true and cor-
and agencies being more sensitive to complying with the law and
                                                                            rect representation of the financial condition. The title insurer shall
employing a best practices model for their businesses. Mr.
                                                                            document its receipt of the title insurance agent’s or title insurance
Hollenberg further commented that much is being made today of
                                                                            agency’s statement of financial condition in the title insurer’s on-site
transparency in governmental affairs and the public is demanding that
                                                                            review report and shall maintain the documentation provided by the
governmental bodies account for and grant access to government
                                                                            agent/agency in support of such statement for a period of at least four
records. To sequester such information would work against the pub-
                                                                            (4) years;
lic’s best interest. Public access to the annual reviews would provide
notice to the public of possible issues alerting buyers, sellers, and          (E) Affiliated Business. The title insurer shall review the title
lenders that they would be better served by a competitor with better        insurance agent’s affiliated business arrangements for conflicts of
business practices. Withholding this information, as suggested by           interest and regulatory compliance;
Mr. Townsend and Mr. Scheer, places consumers at a greater risk and            (F) Orders. Each on-site review shall reconcile the title agency or
subjects them to otherwise avoidable damages.                               agent’s orders with commitments, title searches, and title policies of
RESPONSE: The director appreciates and agrees with this comment.            the insurer, and collection of premiums on behalf of the insurer;
No changes have been made to the rule or forms in response.                    (G) Commitments. Each on-site review shall include a review of:
                                                                                  1. The title insurance agent’s procedure for tracking issued com-
COMMENT #8: Jim Drake and Rick Hollenberg, on behalf of the                 mitments of the insurer;
Missouri Mortgage Bankers, commented that title insurance agent                   2. The title insurance agent’s practices relating to cancellation
escrow accounts, particularly sweep accounts, should be protected by        of commitments of the insurer on transactions that do not close; and
the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC).                                 3. The title insurance agent’s procedures for follow-up after
RESPONSE: The director agrees that FDIC protection is beneficial;           closing to track status of outstanding conditions required for timely
however, the director declines to specify which federal entity must         issuance of policies of the insurer;
appropriately insure deposits or institutions in accordance with sec-          (H) Voiding Policies. Each on-site review shall include a review of
tion 381.022.1(2), RSMo. Section 381.022.3, RSMo, prescribes the            the title insurance agent’s procedure for voiding policies of the insur-
conditions under which escrow funds can be lawfully disbursed,              er according to the terms of the Issuing Agency Contract and other
including transfers to a sweep account. Form T-6A, Section 12,              guidelines as may be established from time-to-time by the insurer;
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   (I) Escrow, Security, and Settlement File Tracking. Each on-site         A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
review shall include a review of the title insurance agent’s tracking of    amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,
its open escrow files, security settlement, or closing files where com-     2009 (34 MoReg 225). No changes have been made to the text of the
mitments or policies of the insurer have been issued;                       proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed
   (J) Policy Register. Each on-site review shall include a reconcilia-     amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the
tion of policy jackets provided to the title insurance agent by the         Code of State Regulations.
insurer, compared to existing outstanding inventory and policies of
the insurer issued by the title insurance agent;                            SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
   (K) Policy Issuance. Each on-site review shall include a review of
the title insurance agent’s files, where commitments or policies of the
insurer have been issued, to determine the average length of time                Title 20—DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE,
between the issuance of the title policy and either all of the require-
                                                                             FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
ments to insure have been met or special circumstances for policy
                                                                                              REGISTRATION
delay as contained in 20 CSR 500-7.090 have been met; and
   (L) Escrow Practices and Account Reconciliation. For those agents            Division 2235—State Committee of Psychologists
performing escrow, security settlement, or closing services pursuant                  Chapter 2—Licensure Requirements
to section 381.022, RSMo, the title insurer shall review the title
insurance agent’s closing procedures and shall include a sample of                           ORDER OF RULEMAKING
escrow closing files where commitments or policies of the title insur-
er have been issued, and based upon the findings of a review of the         By the authority vested in the State Committee of Psychologists
monthly reconciliations of all of the fiduciary trust accounts, as cer-     under sections 337.020 and 337.050.9, RSMo 2000, the board
tified by the title agent or agency to the insurer, prepared by the title   amends a rule as follows:
agent or agency. The review shall include a determination of compli-
ance with the following: a) use of escrow agreements; b) adherence             20 CSR 2235-2.060 Licensure by Examination is amended.
to the “good funds” requirements; c) deposit practices; d) disburse-
ment of funds in compliance with written instructions; and e) record-       A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
ing of all deeds, releases, and other documents required of the title       amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,
insurance agent.                                                            2009 (34 MoReg 225–226). No changes have been made to the text
                                                                            of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-
                                                                            posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publica-
       Title 20—DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE,                                    tion in the Code of State Regulations.
  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
                   REGISTRATION                                             SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
 Division 2145—Missouri Board of Geologist Registration
                Chapter 1—General Rules
                                                                                  Title 20—DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE,
                  ORDER OF RULEMAKING                                        FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
                                                                                               REGISTRATION
By the authority vested in the Missouri Board of Geologist                   Division 2267—Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing, and
Registration under section 256.462.3, RSMo 2000, the board                                        Branding
amends a rule as follows:
                                                                                       Chapter 2—Licensing Requirements
   20 CSR 2145-1.010 Board of Geologist Registration—General
                  Organization is amended.                                                   ORDER OF RULEMAKING

A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed         By the authority vested in the Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing,
amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,             and Branding under section 324.522, RSMo Supp. 2008, the board
2009 (34 MoReg 219–220). No changes have been made to the text              amends a rule as follows:
of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-
posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publica-                   20 CSR 2267-2.030 License Renewal is amended.
tion in the Code of State Regulations.
                                                                            A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.                             amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,
                                                                            2009 (34 MoReg 226–227). No changes have been made to the text
                                                                            of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-
                                                                            posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publica-
      Title 20—DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE,
                                                                            tion in the Code of State Regulations.
  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
                   REGISTRATION                                             SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
     Division 2235—State Committee of Psychologists
                Chapter 1—General Rules

                  ORDER OF RULEMAKING                                             Title 20—DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE,
                                                                             FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL
By the authority vested in the State Committee of Psychologists                                REGISTRATION
under section 337.050.9, RSMo 2000, the board amends a rule as               Division 2267—Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing, and
follows:                                                                                          Branding
                                                                                       Chapter 2—Licensing Requirements
  20 CSR 2235-1.045 Procedures for Recognition of Educational
                  Institutions is amended.                                                   ORDER OF RULEMAKING
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10                                        Missouri Register                                                        Page 1223

By the authority vested in the Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing, and   By the authority vested in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care
Branding under section 324.522, RSMo Supp. 2008, the board               Plan under section 103.059, RSMo 2000, the director amends a rule
adopts a rule as follows:                                                as follows:

          20 CSR 2267-2.031 Reinstatement is adopted.                       22 CSR 10-2.060 PPO, HDHP, and Co-Pay Plan Limitations
                                                                                                 is amended.
A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
rule was published in the Missouri Register on February 3, 2009 (34      A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
MoReg 228–231). No changes have been made to the text of the pro-        amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,
posed rule, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed rule becomes      2009 (34 MoReg 233). No changes have been made to the text of the
effective thirty (30) days after publication in the Code of State        proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed
Regulations.                                                             amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the
                                                                         Code of State Regulations.
SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
                                                                         SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.

    Title 22—MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH
                      CARE PLAN                                              Title 22—MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH
             Division 10—Health Care Plan                                                      CARE PLAN
             Chapter 2—State Membership                                               Division 10—Health Care Plan
                                                                                      Chapter 2—State Membership
                  ORDER OF RULEMAKING
                                                                                          ORDER OF RULEMAKING
By the authority vested in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care
Plan under section 103.059, RSMo 2000, the director amends a rule        By the authority vested in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care
as follows:                                                              Plan under section 103.059, RSMo 2000, the director amends a rule
                                                                         as follows:
    22 CSR 10-2.050 PPO and Co-Pay Benefit Provisions and
                Covered Charges is amended.                                22 CSR 10-2.075 Review and Appeals Procedure is amended.

A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed      A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,          amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,
2009 (34 MoReg 232). No changes have been made to the text of the        2009 (34 MoReg 233–234). No changes have been made to the text
proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed           of the proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This pro-
amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the    posed amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication
Code of State Regulations.                                               in the Code of State Regulations.

SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.                          SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.


    Title 22—MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH                                    Title 22—MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH
                      CARE PLAN                                                                 CARE PLAN
             Division 10—Health Care Plan                                              Division 10—Health Care Plan
             Chapter 2—State Membership                                             Chapter 3—Public Entity Membership

                  ORDER OF RULEMAKING                                                     ORDER OF RULEMAKING
By the authority vested in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care         By the authority vested in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care
Plan under section 103.059, RSMo 2000, the director adopts a rule        Plan under section 103.059, RSMo 2000, the director amends a rule
as follows:                                                              as follows:

22 CSR 10-2.053 High Deductible Health Plan Benefit Provisions              22 CSR 10-3.030 Public Entity Membership Agreement and
              and Covered Charges is adopted.                                           Participation Period is amended.

A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed      A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
rule was published in the Missouri Register on February 3, 2009 (34      amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,
MoReg 232–233). No changes have been made to the text of the pro-        2009 (34 MoReg 234). No changes have been made to the text of the
posed rule, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed rule becomes      proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed
effective thirty (30) days after publication in the Code of State        amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the
Regulations.                                                             Code of State Regulations.

SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.                          SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.


    Title 22—MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH                                    Title 22—MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH
                      CARE PLAN                                                                 CARE PLAN
             Division 10—Health Care Plan                                              Division 10—Health Care Plan
             Chapter 2—State Membership                                             Chapter 3—Public Entity Membership

                  ORDER OF RULEMAKING                                                     ORDER OF RULEMAKING
                                                                          May 15, 2009
Page 1224                                         Orders of Rulemaking   Vol. 34, No. 10

By the authority vested in the Missouri Consolidated Health Care
Plan under section 103.059, RSMo 2000, the director amends a rule
as follows:

  22 CSR 10-3.075 Review and Appeals Procedure is amended.

A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed
amendment was published in the Missouri Register on February 3,
2009 (34 MoReg 235). No changes have been made to the text of the
proposed amendment, so it is not reprinted here. This proposed
amendment becomes effective thirty (30) days after publication in the
Code of State Regulations.

SUMMARY OF COMMENTS: No comments were received.
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10
                                                    In Additions                                                                 MISSOURI
                                                                                                                                 REGISTER


                                                                          Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
                       contain         of           correction
This section maycosts, and noticeitemshearings, to notices,
     notices, public information notices, rule action
statements of actual            other      required be pub-
                                                                          functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
                                                                          Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
lished in the Missouri Register by law.                                   rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
                                                                          transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.

Title 10—DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES                                  [12 CSR 50-10.010] 11 CSR 45-50.010 Definitions
   Division 23—Division of Geology and Land Survey
Chapter 2—Well Drillers and Pump Installers Permitting                    [12 CSR 50-10.011] 11 CSR 45-50.011 Definitions (Thorough-
                                                                          bred and Quarterhorse
                          IN ADDITION
10 CSR 23-2.010 Fee Structure                                                       [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
                                                                              Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
A notice of proposed rulemaking containing the text of the proposed              Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
amendment was published in the Missouri Register on August 1,                      Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
2008 (33 MoReg 1408–1414) and a final order of rulemaking was                Chapter [11] 51—Class A Licenses—Race Track Owner
published in the Missouri Register on December 15, 2008 (33
MoReg 2432–2433). The proposed amendment contained a typo-                                        IN ADDITION
graphical error in section (4). The last sentence of section (4) should
have read:                                                                Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
                                                                          Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
This fee will be no more than [seventy-five dollars ($75)] one            functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
hundred twenty-five dollars ($125) per well.                              Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
                                                                          rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
This error remained when the rule was published in the December           transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.
31, 2008 update to the Code of State Regulations. The rule will
appear correctly in the May 31, 2009, update to the Code of State         [12 CSR 50-11.010] 11 CSR 45-51.010 Class A License Defined
Regulations. This section of the rule is printed below for clarifica-
tion.                                                                     [12 CSR 50-11.020] 11 CSR 45-51.020 Application for Class A
                                                                          License
(4) Monitoring well certification fees will be paid by the owner or
primary contractor, collected within sixty (60) days of completion,       [12 CSR 50-11.030] 11 CSR 45-51.030 Applicant’s Affidavit
and submitted to the division by the monitoring well installation con-
tractor. This fee will be no more than one hundred twenty-five dol-       [12 CSR 50-11.040] 11 CSR 45-51.040 Disclosure of Ownership
lars ($125) per well.                                                     and Control

                                                                          [12 CSR 50-11.050] 11 CSR 45-51.050 Disclosure of Character
        [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
                                                                          Information
  Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
     Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
       Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission                             [12 CSR 50-11.060] 11 CSR 45-51.060 Disclosure of Financial
 Chapter [1] 49—Organizational Structure, Description,                    Interests
                Practices and Procedures
                                                                          [12 CSR 50-11.070] 11 CSR 45-51.070 Disclosure of Improve-
                          IN ADDITION                                     ments and Equipment

Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the             [12 CSR 50-11.080] 11 CSR 45-51.080 Disclosure of Develop-
Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,         ment Process
functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following          [12 CSR 50-11.090] 11 CSR 45-51.090 Disclosure of Financial
rule shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This           Resources
transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.
                                                                          [12 CSR 50-11.100] 11 CSR 45-51.100 Disclosure of Financial
[12 CSR 50-1.010] 11 CSR 45-49.010 Organizational Structure,              Plan
Description, Practices and Procedures
                                                                          [12 CSR 50-11.110] 11 CSR 45-51.110 Disclosure of Governmental
                                                                          Actions
         [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
   Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]                          [12 CSR 50-11.120] 11 CSR 45-51.120 Disclosure of Manage-
      Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY                                ment
        Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
                Chapter [10] 50—Definitions                               [12 CSR 50-11.130] 11 CSR 45-51.130 Disclosure of Public
                                                                          Service
                          IN ADDITION
                                                                          [12 CSR 50-11.140] 11 CSR 45-51.140 Disclosure of Impact of
Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the             Facility
                                                                      1225
                                                                                                                       May 15, 2009
Page 1226                                                In Additions                                                 Vol. 34, No. 10

[12 CSR 50-11.150] 11 CSR 45-51.150 Disclosure of Public            rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
Support and Opposition                                              transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.

[12 CSR 50-11.160] 11 CSR 45-51.160 Effects on Competition          [12 CSR 50-13.010] 11 CSR 45-53.010 Class D License Defined

[12 CSR 50-11.170] 11 CSR 45-51.170 Disclosure of Assistance        [12 CSR 50-13.020] 11 CSR 45-53.020 Application for Class D
in Preparation of Application                                       License

[12 CSR 50-11.180] 11 CSR 45-51.180 Personnel Information           [12 CSR 50-13.030] 11 CSR 45-53.030 Applicant’s Affidavit
and Authorization for Release
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-13.040] 11 CSR 45-53.040 Disclosure of Character
[12 CSR 50-11.190] 11 CSR 45-51.190 Class A License Criteria        Information

[12 CSR 50-11.200] 11 CSR 45-51.200 Application and License         [12 CSR 50-13.050] 11 CSR 45-53.050 Disclosure of Improve-
Fees for Class A License                                            ments and Equipment

                                                                    [12 CSR 50-13.060] 11 CSR 45-53.060 Disclosure of Develop-
        [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE                             ment Process
  Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
     Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY                           [12 CSR 50-13.070] 11 CSR 45-53.070 Disclosure of Financial
       Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission                       Resources
            Chapter [12] 52—Class B Licenses
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-13.080] 11 CSR 45-53.080 Disclosure of Financial
                                                                    Plan
                        IN ADDITION
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-13.090] 11 CSR 45-53.090 Disclosure of
Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the       Governmental Actions
Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming     [12 CSR 50-13.100] 11 CSR 45-53.100 Disclosure of Manage-
Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following    ment
rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.                          [12 CSR 50-13.110] 11 CSR 45-53.110 Disclosure of Impact of
                                                                    Facility
[12 CSR 50-12.010] 11 CSR 45-52.010 Class B License Defined
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-13.120] 11 CSR 45-53.120 Disclosure of Public
[12 CSR 50-12.020] 11 CSR 45-52.020 Application for Class B         Support and Opposition
License
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-13.130] 11 CSR 45-53.130 Disclosure of Assistance
[12 CSR 50-12.030] 11 CSR 45-52.030 Applicant’s Affidavit           in Preparation of Application

[12 CSR 50-12.040] 11 CSR 45-52.040 Disclosure of Information       [12 CSR 50-13.140] 11 CSR 45-53.140 Personnel Information
                                                                    and Authorization for Release
[12 CSR 50-12.050] 11 CSR 45-52.050 Additional Improvement
Information Required                                                [12 CSR 50-13.150] 11 CSR 45-53.150 Class D License Criteria

[12 CSR 50-12.060] 11 CSR 45-52.060 Disclosure of Authoriza-        [12 CSR 50-13.160] 11 CSR 45-53.160 Application and License
tion to use Class A Horse Racing Facility                           Fee for Class D License

                                                                    [12 CSR 50-13.170] 11 CSR 45-53.170 Bond for Class D License
[12 CSR 50-12.070] 11 CSR 45-52.070 Disclosure of Manage-
ment
                                                                            [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
[12 CSR 50-12.160] 11 CSR 45-52.160 Bond for Class B                  Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
Licenses                                                                 Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
                                                                           Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
[12 CSR 50-12.190] 11 CSR 45-52.190 Class B License Criteria                     Chapter [15] 55—Breeding Fund
                                                                                            IN ADDITION
       [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE]
  Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]                     Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
     Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY                           Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
       Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission                       functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
 Chapter [13] 53—Class D License—Fairgrounds Racing                 Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
                                                                    rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
                        IN ADDITION                                 transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.

Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the       [12 CSR 50-15.010] 11 CSR 45-55.010 Standardbred Breeding
Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,   Fund
functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following    [12 CSR 50-15.040] 11 CSR 45-55.040 Administrative Authority
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10                                   Missouri Register                                                    Page 1227

[12 CSR 50-15.050] 11 CSR 45-55.050 Advisory Committee              Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
                                                                    Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
[12 CSR 50-15.060] 11 CSR 45-55.060 Deposits of Fund                functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
                                                                    Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
[12 CSR 50-15.070] 11 CSR 45-55.070 Expenditures From Fund          rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
                                                                    transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.
[12 CSR 50-15.080] 11 CSR 45-55.080 Organizational
Licensee’s Responsibility                                           [12 CSR 50-20.010] 11 CSR 45-60.010 Commission Officials
[12 CSR 50-15.090] 11 CSR 45-55.090 Registration Required for
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-20.020] 11 CSR 45-60.020 Judges
Missouri-Bred Eligibility

[12 CSR 50-15.100] 11 CSR 45-55.100 Requirements for Brood-         [12 CSR 50-20.025] 11 CSR 45-60.025 Stewards
mare Eligibility
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-20.030] 11 CSR 45-60.030 Commission Veterinarian
[12 CSR 50-15.110] 11 CSR 45-55.110 Eligibility Requirements
for Stallions                                                       [12 CSR 50-20.040] 11 CSR 45-60.040 Commission Laboratory

[12 CSR 50-15.120] 11 CSR 45-55.120 Eligibility Requirements        [12 CSR 50-20.050] 11 CSR 45-60.050 Suspensions
for Racing Stock (Grandfather Clause)
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-20.055] 11 CSR 45-60.055 Effect of Suspension or
[12 CSR 50-15.130] 11 CSR 45-55.130 Inspection of Registra-         Revocation on Spouse
tion

[12 CSR 50-15.140] 11 CSR 45-55.140 False Statements                [12 CSR 50-20.060] 11 CSR 45-60.060 Conflict Between
Concerning Missouri-Bred Registration                               U.S.T.A. and Commission Rules

[12 CSR 50-15.150] 11 CSR 45-55.150 Notification of Owner-
ship Changes                                                                [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
                                                                      Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
[12 CSR 50-15.160] 11 CSR 45-55.160 Eligibility Requirements             Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
for Racing Stock (Starting With Foals of 1992)                             Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
                                                                              Chapter [30] 61—Association Officials
[12 CSR 50-15.170] 11 CSR 45-55.170 Notification of Address
Change
                                                                                            IN ADDITION
[12 CSR 50-15.180] 11 CSR 45-55.180 Registration Fees
                                                                    Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
                                                                    Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
         [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE                            functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
   Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]                    Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
      Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY                          rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
        Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission                      transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.
              Chapter [19] 59—Bid Procedures
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-30.010] 11 CSR 45-61.010 General Considerations
                        IN ADDITION
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-30.015] 11 CSR 45-61.015 Thoroughbred Associa-
Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the       tion Officials
Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming     [12 CSR 50-30.020] 11 CSR 45-61.020 Racing Secretary
Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This    [12 CSR 50-30.021] 11 CSR 45-61.021 Racing Secretary
transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.                          (Thoroughbred)
[12 CSR 50-19.010] 11 CSR 45-59.010 Bid Procedure                   [12 CSR 50-30.022] 11 CSR 45-61.022 Paddock Judge—
                                                                    Thoroughbred
[12 CSR 50-19.020] 11 CSR 45-59.020 Bids Not to be Revealed

[12 CSR 50-19.030] 11 CSR 45-59.030 Three or Fewer Vendors          [12 CSR 50-30.023] 11 CSR 45-61.023 Horse Identifier—
                                                                    Thoroughbred
[12 CSR 50-19.040] 11 CSR 45-59.040 Professional Services
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-30.024] 11 CSR 45-61.024 Clerk of the Scales

       [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE                              [12 CSR 50-30.025] 11 CSR 45-61.025 Starter
 Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
    Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY                            [12 CSR 50-30.026] 11 CSR 45-61.026 Timer
      Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
Chapter [20] 60—Commission and Commission Officials                 [12 CSR 50-30.027] 11 CSR 45-61.027 Patrol and Placing Judges

                        IN ADDITION                                 [12 CSR 50-30.028] 11 CSR 45-61.028 Association Veterinarian
                                                                                                                       May 15, 2009
Page 1228                                                In Additions                                                 Vol. 34, No. 10

[12 CSR 50-30.029] 11 CSR 45-61.029 Jockey Room Custodian           [12 CSR 50-40.190] 11 CSR 45-62.190 Stable and Ground
and Valet Attendants                                                Security

[12 CSR 50-30.030] 11 CSR 45-61.030 Adoption of Rule 6 of           [12 CSR 50-40.200] 11 CSR 45-62.200 Electric Timing Device
U.S.T.A.
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-40.205] 11 CSR 45-62.205 Lighting

        [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE                             [12 CSR 50-40.210] 11 CSR 45-62.210 Patrol Judge’s
  Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]                     Communication
     Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
       Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission                       [12 CSR 50-40.220] 11 CSR 45-62.220 Hippodroming Ban
             Chapter [40] 62—Permit Holders
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-40.230] 11 CSR 45-62.230 Communication System
                        IN ADDITION
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-40.240] 11 CSR 45-62.240 Primary and Secondary
Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the       Liability
Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming     [12 CSR 50-40.250] 11 CSR 45-62.250 Listening Devices
Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This    [12 CSR 50-40.260] 11 CSR 45-62.260 Payment of Purses
transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.

[12 CSR 50-40.010] 11 CSR 45-62.010 General Requirements
                                                                            [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
[12 CSR 50-40.020] 11 CSR 45-62.020 Commission Offices                Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
                                                                         Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
[12 CSR 50-40.030] 11 CSR 45-62.030 Ejection                               Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
                                                                                Chapter [50] 65—Class C Licenses
[12 CSR 50-40.035] 11 CSR 45-62.035 Stands for Officials—
Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse                                                              IN ADDITION
[12 CSR 50-40.040] 11 CSR 45-62.040 Racing Surfaces                 Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
                                                                    Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
[12 CSR 50-40.050] 11 CSR 45-62.050 Public Information              functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
                                                                    Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
[12 CSR 50-40.055] 11 CSR 45-62.055 Program                         rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
                                                                    transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.
[12 CSR 50-40.060] 11 CSR 45-62.060 Numbers of Races per
Performance                                                         [12 CSR 50-50.010] 11 CSR 45-65.010 General Provisions for
                                                                    Class C Licenses
[12 CSR 50-40.070] 11 CSR 45-62.070 Appointment of Racing
Officials and Department Heads                                      [12 CSR 50-50.020] 11 CSR 45-65.020 Specific Licenses

[12 CSR 50-40.080] 11 CSR 45-62.080 Trust Funds                     [12 CSR 50-50.030] 11 CSR 45-65.030 Fees
[12 CSR 50-40.090] 11 CSR 45-62.090 Condition Book                  [12 CSR 50-50.035] 11 CSR 45-65.035 Prohibited Acts
[12 CSR 50-40.100] 11 CSR 45-62.100 Photo-Finish Equipment          [12 CSR 50-50.040] 11 CSR 45-65.040 Duties of Specific
                                                                    Licensees
[12 CSR 50-40.110] 11 CSR 45-62.110 VTR Equipment

[12 CSR 50-40.120] 11 CSR 45-62.120 Photograph Posted
                                                                            [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
[12 CSR 50-40.130] 11 CSR 45-62.130 Driver’s Stand                    Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
                                                                         Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
[12 CSR 50-40.140] 11 CSR 45-62.140 Starting Gate                          Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
                                                                                    Chapter [60] 67—Patrons
[12 CSR 50-40.145] 11 CSR 45-62.145 Distance Poles
(Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse)                                                            IN ADDITION

[12 CSR 50-40.150] 11 CSR 45-62.150 Detention Enclosure             Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
                                                                    Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
[12 CSR 50-40.160] 11 CSR 45-62.160 Grounds’ Facilities,            functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
Water and Sewage                                                    Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
                                                                    rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
[12 CSR 50-40.170] 11 CSR 45-62.170 Safety and Medical Aid          transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.

[12 CSR 50-40.180] 11 CSR 45-62.180 Fire Protection                 [12 CSR 50-60.010] 11 CSR 45-67.010 Ejection of Patrons
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10                                   Missouri Register                                                    Page 1229

         [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE                            [12 CSR 50-80.140] 11 CSR 45-80.140 Odds or Payoffs Posted
   Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
      Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY                          [12 CSR 50-80.150] 11 CSR 45-80.150 Betting Explanation
        Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
               Chapter 70—Conduct of Races                          [12 CSR 50-80.160] 11 CSR 45-80.160 Pools Dependent Upon
                                                                    Entries
                        IN ADDITION
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-80.170] 11 CSR 45-80.170 Pari-Mutuel Ticket Sales
Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,   [12 CSR 50-80.180] 11 CSR 45-80.180 Payment
functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following    [12 CSR 50-80.190] 11 CSR 45-80.190 Responsibility for
rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This    Posting Results
transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-80.200] 11 CSR 45-80.200 Verification of Payoffs
[12 CSR 50-70.010] 11 CSR 45-70.010 Rules of Racing—Harness
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-80.210] 11 CSR 45-80.210 Over and Under
[12 CSR 50-70.011] 11 CSR 45-70.011 Rules of Racing—                Payments of Payoffs
Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-80.220] 11 CSR 45-80.220 Coupled Betting Interests
[12 CSR 50-70.012] 11 CSR 45-70.012 Claiming
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-80.230] 11 CSR 45-80.230 Emergency Situations
[12 CSR 50-70.040] 11 CSR 45-70.040 Bleeder List
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-80.240] 11 CSR 45-80.240 Totalisator Employees

         [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE                            [12 CSR 50-80.250] 11 CSR 45-80.250 Remission of Outs and
   Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]                    Breakage
      Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
        Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
       Chapter 80—Pari-Mutuel Wagering Systems                              [Title 12—DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
                                                                      Division 50—Missouri Horse Racing Commission]
                        IN ADDITION                                      Title 11—DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
                                                                           Division 45—Missouri Gaming Commission
Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the                       Chapter 90—Hearing Rules
Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming                             IN ADDITION
Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This    Due to the transfer of the Horse Racing Commission within the
transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.                          Department of Revenue, and the transfer of its powers and duties,
                                                                    functions, rules, and orders as assigned to the Missouri Gaming
[12 CSR 50-80.010] 11 CSR 45-80.010 General                         Commission within the Department of Public Safety, the following
                                                                    rules shall be transferred. See section 313.510, RSMo 2000. This
[12 CSR 50-80.020] 11 CSR 45-80.020 Pools Authorized                transfer was effective on August 28, 1995.
[12 CSR 50-80.030] 11 CSR 45-80.030 Win Pool                        [12 CSR 50-90.010] 11 CSR 45-90.010 Judges’ Summary
                                                                    Hearings
[12 CSR 50-80.040] 11 CSR 45-80.040 Place Pool
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-90.020] 11 CSR 45-90.020 Appeal of the Decision
[12 CSR 50-80.050] 11 CSR 45-80.050 Show Pool
                                                                    of the Judges
[12 CSR 50-80.060] 11 CSR 45-80.060 Daily Double Pool
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-90.025] 11 CSR 45-90.025 Appeal of the Decision
[12 CSR 50-80.070] 11 CSR 45-80.070 Quinella Pool                   of the Commission Staff

[12 CSR 50-80.080] 11 CSR 45-80.080 Exacta Pool (also known         [12 CSR 50-90.030] 11 CSR 45-90.030 Appeals to the
as Perfecta)                                                        Commission to be Heard De Novo

[12 CSR 50-80.090] 11 CSR 45-80.090 Trifecta (Triple) Pool          [12 CSR 50-90.040] 11 CSR 45-90.040 Executive Director
                                                                    Designated Hearing Officer
[12 CSR 50-80.091] 11 CSR 45-80.091 Twin Trifecta (Double
Triple) Pool                                                        [12 CSR 50-90.050] 11 CSR 45-90.050 Waiver of Hearing

[12 CSR 50-80.100] 11 CSR 45-80.100 Refunds                         [12 CSR 50-90.060] 11 CSR 45-90.060 Notice of Hearing

[12 CSR 50-80.110] 11 CSR 45-80.110 Race Cancelled                  [12 CSR 50-90.070] 11 CSR 45-90.070 Prehearing Conferences
                                                                    and Stipulations
[12 CSR 50-80.120] 11 CSR 45-80.120 Totalisator Breakdown
                                                                    [12 CSR 50-90.080] 11 CSR 45-90.080 Deliberations of the
[12 CSR 50-80.130] 11 CSR 45-80.130 Minimum Wager and               Commission
Payoff
MISSOURI                                                                                              May 15, 2009
REGISTER               Construction Transient Employers                                              Vol. 34, No. 10



                             Construction Transient Employers
           The following is a list of all construction contractors performing work on construction
           projects in Missouri who are known by the Department of Revenue to be transient
           employers pursuant to Section 285.230, RSMo. This list is provided as a guideline to assist
           public bodies with their responsibilities under this section that states, "any county, city,
           town, village or any other political subdivision which requires a building permit for a person
           to perform certain construction projects shall require a transient employer to show proof
           that the employer has been issued a tax clearance and has filed a financial assurance
           instrument as required by Section 285.230 before such entity issues a building permit to the
           transient employer."

Contractor                                     Address                          City                  State    Zip
9 MILE BORING & TRENCHING INC                  6436 VISTA DR                    SHAWNEE                KS     66218
A & B PROCESS SYSTEMS CORP                     201 S WISCONSIN AVE              STRATFORD              WI     54484
A BONADUCE INC                                 203 HWY 36 E                     MIDDLETOWN             NJ     07748
AC LEADBETTER & SON INC                        110 ARCO DR                      TOLEDO                 OH     43615
ACADEMY ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO               6361 NE 14TH ST                  DES MOINES              IA    50313
ACCEPTANCE CAPITAL MORTGAGE CORPORATION        15812 E INDIANA AVE              SPOKANE VALLEY         WA     99206
ACCESS HUMAN RESOURCES LLC                     42400 GRAND RIVER STE 200        NOVI                    MI    48375
ACE REFRIGERATION OF IOWA INC                  6440 6TH ST SW                   CEDAR RAPIDS            IA    52404
ACG NORTH AMERICA INC                          120 HALCYON DRIVE                BRISTOL                CT     06010
ACI MECHANICAL INC                             3116 S DUFF AVE                  AMES                    IA    50010
ACTION INSTALLERS INC                          1224 CAMPBELL AVE SE             ROANOKE                VA     24013
ADDISON CONSTRUCTION CO                        1526 HORSE CREEK RD              CHEYENNE               WY     82009
ADECCO USA INC                                 175 BROAD HOLLOW RD              MELVILLE               NY     11747
ADVANTAGE PROFESSIONAL OF PHOENIX LLC          1995 WEHRLE DR                   WILLIAMSVILLE          NY     14221
AE MFG INC                                     PO BOX 9457                      TULSA                  OK     74157
AEG MANAGEMENT KC LLC                          1111 S FIGUEROA STREET           LOS ANGELES            CA     90015
AERIAL SOLUTIONS INC                           7074 RAMSEY FORD ROAD            TABOR CITY             NC     28463
AIMTECH SOLUTIONS INC                          265 TRAFALGAR DRIVE              DOVER                  DE     19904
AJILON PROFESSIONAL STAFFING LLC               175 BROAD HOLLOW RD              MELVILLE               NY     11747
AKERMAN CONSTRUCTION CO INC                    2915 SH 74 SOUTH                 PURCELL                OK     73080
AKI CONTROL SYSTEMS INC                        P O BOX 444                      WALLER                 TX     77484
ALL IOWA CONTRACTING CO                        5613 MCKEVETTE RD                WATERLOO                IA    50701
ALLIANCE ENTERPRISES INC                       5421 PENINSULA DR S E            OLYMPIA                WA     98513
ALLIANCE INTEGRATED SYSTEMS INC                1500 STUDEMONT                   HOUSTON                TX     77007
ALLIED STEEL CONSTRUCTION CO LLC               2211 NW FIRST TERRACE            OKLAHOMA CITY          OK     73107
ALLIED UNIKING CORPORATION INC                 4750 CROMWELL AVE                MEMPHIS                TN     38118
ALLSTATE SPECIALTY CONSTRUCTION INC            32700 W 255TH ST                 PAOLA                  KS     66071
ALVAREZ ENVIRONMENTAL LLC                      4631 INVERNESS DR                POST FALLS              ID    83854
AM COHRON & SON INC READY MIX CONCRETE         PO BOX 479                       ATLANTIC                IA    50022
AMERICAN CONVEYOR & EQUIPMENT INC              6692 TUSSING RD                  REYNOLDSBURG           OH     43068
AMERICAN HYDRO                                 1029 IRS AVE                     BALTIMORE              MD     21205
AMERICAN UNDERGROUND INC                       25135 22ND AVE                   ST CLOUD               MN     56301
AMERICASDOCTOR.COM COORDINATORS SERVICES INC 3315 S 23RD STR 108                TACOMA                 WA     98405




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May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10                           Missouri Register                             Page 1231



Contractor                                  Address                     City            State    Zip
AMRENT CONTRACTING INC                      3981 STATE RT 3 NORTH       CHESTER          IL     62233
ARBY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC               19705 W LINCOLN AVE         NEW BERLIN       WI     53146
ARCHITECTURAL GLAZING PROFESSIONALS         11655 CLARE RD              OLATHE           KS     66061
ARCHITECTURAL SURFACES INC                  312 MORNINGSIDE STE A       FRIENDSWOOD      TX     77546
ARCHITECTURAL WALL SYSTEMS CO               3000 30TH ST                DES MOINES       IA     50310
ARGUSS COMMUNICATIONS GROUP INC             DOVER RD                    EPSOM            NH     03234
ARR ROOFING LLC                             8909 WASHINGTON ST          OMAHA            NE     68127
ARROWHEAD SERVICES INC                      12920 METCALF STE 150       OVERLAND PARK    KS     66213
ASPHALT STONE COMPANY                       520 N WEBSTER               JACKSONVILLE     IL     62650
ATLANTIC ENGINEERING GROUP INC              1136 ZION CHURCH RD         BRASELTON        GA     30517
ATLAS INDUSTRIAL HOLDINGS LLC               5275 SINCLAIR RD            COLUMBUS        OH      43229
ATWOOD ELECTRIC INC                         23124 HIGHWAY 149           SIGOURNEY        IA     52591
AUGERS UNLIMITED INC                        11933 KAW DRIVE             KANSAS CITY      KS     66111
AUTOMATIC BAR CONTROLS INC                  790 EUBANKS DR              VACAVILLE        CA     95688
B & B CONTRACTORS INC                       4300 EDISON AVE             CHINO            CA     91710
B & D ELECTRIC INC                          P O BOX 43                  STAMPS           AR     71860
BAKER CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION INC            900 N GARVER RD              MONROE          OH      45050
BANKERS EDGE                                1288 VALLEY FORGE STE 50    VALLEY FORGE     PA     19482
BARNESCO INC                                2002 CEDAR CREST            ARKANSAS CITY    KS     67005
BARNHART CRANE & RIGGING CO                 1701 DUNN AVE               MEMPHIS          TN     38106
BARTLOW BROTHERS INC                        S LIBERTY STREET RD         RUSHVILLE        IL     62681
BAZIN EXCAVATING INC                        20160 W 191ST               SPRINGHILL       KS     66083
BD CONSTRUCTION INC.                        209 EAST 6TH STREET         KEARNEY          NE     68847
BENCHMARK INC                               6065 HUNTINGTON CT NE       CEDAR RAPIDS     IA     52402
BENNETT BUILDING INC                        3560 INDEPENDENCE DRIVE     HOMEWOOD         AL     35209
BERBERICH TRAHAN & CO PA                    3630 SW BURLINGAME ROAD     TOPEKA           KS     66611
BEST PLUMBING & HEATING                     421 SECTION OD              SCAMMON          KS     66773
BESTORE INC                                 6750 W 75TH STE 1A          OVERLAND PARK    KS     66204
BIG INCH FABRICATORS & CONSTRUCTION INC     P O BOX 99                  MONTEZUMA        IN     47862
BIGGE CRANE AND RIGGING CO                  10700 BIGGE AVE             SAN LEANDRO      CA     94577
BILL DAVIS ROOFING LC                       628 VERMONT                 LAWRENCE         KS     66044
BILL VONDER HAAR INC                        2821 WISMANN LN             QUINCY           IL     62301
BLACK CONSTRUCTION CO                       18483 US HIGHWAY 54         ROCKPORT         IL     62370
BLAHNIK CONSTRUCTION CO                     150 50TH AVE DR SW          CEDAR RAPIDS     IA     52404
BLAZE MECHANICAL INC                        15755 S 169 HWY STE E       OLATHE           KS     66062
BLUE WATER ENVIRONMENTAL INC                29041 WICK RD               ROMULUS          MI     48170
BLUESTONE CONSTRUCTION LLC                  13271 OBANNON STATION WAY   LOUISVILLE       KY     40223
BOREAL AVIATION INC                         401 AVENUE F                GWINN            MI     49841
BRB CONTRACTORS INC                         400 W CURTIS                TOPEKA           KS     66608
BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES LLC 11209 STRANG LINE ROAD      LENEXA           KS     66215

BROCK SERVICES LTD                          1670 E CARDINAL DR          BEAUMONT         TX     77704
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Contractor                                  Address                     City                State    Zip
BRUCE TRUCKING AND EXCAVATING INC           4401 HWY 162                GRANITE CITY          IL    62040
BUILDING ERECTION SERVICES COMP OF MO LC    15585 SOUTH KEELER          OLATHE               KS     66051
C & C CONTRACTING INC                       222 SOUTH SECOND ST         ORLEANS               IN    47452
CAMERON GENERAL CONTRACTORS INC             8040 EIGER DRIVE            LINCOLN              NE     68516
CAPITAL INSULATION INC                      3210 NE MERIDEN RD          TOPEKA               KS     66617
CARRICO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC            4015 MAY AVE                WICHITA              KS     67213
CARTER MOORE INC                            1865 E MAIN ST STE F        DUNCAN               SC     29334
CAS CONSTRUCTION LLC                        501 NE BURGESS              TOPEKA               KS     66608
CASE FOUNDATION CO                          1325 W LAKE ST              ROSELLE               IL    60172
CASHATT & SONS CORP                         BOX 74                      RED OAK               IA    51566
CASYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL INC                 8300 COLESVILLE RD 700      SILVER SPRING        MD     20910
CBS CONSTRUCTORS                            204 E 1ST                   MCCOOK               NE     69001
CCC GROUP INC                               5797 DIETRICH RD            SAN ANTONIO          TX     78219
CCI SYSTEMS INC                             105 KENT ST                 IRON MOUNTAIN        MI     49801
CD SMITH CONSTRUCTION INC                   889 EAST JOHNSON ST         FOND DU LAC          WI     54935
CELLXION WIRELESS SERVICES LLC             5031 HAZEL JONES RD          BOSSIER CITY         LA     71111
CENTRAL FOUNDATION INC                      915 MARION RD S             CENTRAL CITY          IA    52214
CENTRAL ILLINOIS TILE CO                    3302 N MATTIS AVE           CHAMPAIGN             IL    61821
CENTRAL SEAL COMPANY                        P O BOX 490                 DANVILLE             KY     40422
CENTRAL STATES CONTRACTING SERVICES         610 S 78TH ST               KANSAS CITY          KS     66111
CHAMPION EXPOSITION SERVICES                139 CAMPANELLI DRIVE        MIDDLEBORO           MA     02346
CHANCE CONSTRUCTION CO                      ITALY & BARBER ST           HEMPHILL             TX     75948
CHARLES W SLOAN & ASSOCIATES INC           P O BOX 3811                 FAYETTEVILLE         AR     72702
CHESTER PHILLIPS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY       1501 N UNIVERSITY STE 740   LITTLE ROCK          AR     72207
CHRIS GEORGE HOMES INC                      2111 E SANTA FE #112        OLATHE               KS     66062
CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS USA INC            10550 CAMDEN DRIVE          CYPRESS              CA     90630
CLIFFORD LEE & ASSOCIATES                  292 MELVIN HARRIS RD         MANCHESTER           GA     31816
COAST TO COAST BUILDERS INC                 750 E FUNSTON               WICHITA              KS     67211
COLE RAYWID & BRAVERMAN LLP                 1919 PENNSYLAVANIA AVE NW   WASHINGTON           DC     20006
COLLEGIATE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES LP          1811 COLLEGIATE BLVD        ROLLA                MO     65401
COLORADO STRUCTURES INC                     540 ELKTON DR STE 202       COLORADO SPRINGS     CO     80907
COMMERCIAL CONTRACTORS INC                  16745 COMSTOCK STREET       GRANDHAVEN           MI     49417
COMO TECH INSPECTIONS INC                   40 DEEP CREEK RD            MANHATTAN            KS     66502
CONCO INC                                   3030 ALL HALLOWS            WICHITA              KS     67217
CONLEY SPRINKLER INC                        822 MAIN                    PLEASANTON           KS     66075
CONSTRUCTION SERVICES BRYANT INC            232 NEW YORK ST             WICHITA              KS     67214
CONSTRUCTION ZONE OF DFW LLC                1420 SPRINGHILL RD          AUBREY               TX     76227
CONTRACT DEWATERING SERVICES INC            5820 W RIVERSIDE DR         SARANAC              MI     48881
CONTROL INSTALLATIONS OF IOWA INC           6200 THORNTON AVE STE 190   DES MOINES            IA    50321
COOPER GENERAL CONTRACTORS                  1225 E CROSBY RD STE A 1    CARROLLTON           TX     75006
COOPERS STEEL FABRICATORS                   PO BOX 149                  SHELBYVILLE          TN     37162
CORNERSTONE COMMERCIAL CONTRACTORS          1260 JERICO                 CORNING               IA    50841
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Contractor                                    Address                     City              State    Zip
CORNERSTONE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INC       3221 SKYCRAFT DR            MINNEAPOLIS       MN      55418
COWARTS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC              223 AIRPORT RD              SALEM              AR     72576
CREEK ELECTRIC INC                            2811 W PAWNEE ST            WICHITA            KS     67213
CROSSLAND HEAVY CONTRACTORS INC               S HWY 69                    COLUMBUS           KS     66275
CROWN CORR INC                                7100 W 21ST AVE             GARY               IN     46406
CSDI CONSTRUCTION INC                         8800 NW SKYVIEW AVE         KANSAS CITY       MO      64151
CUNNINGHAM INC                                112 6TH AVENUE W            OSKALOOSA          IA     52577
CUSTOMER CARE SOLUTIONS                       1 IRVINGTON CTR 700 KING    ROCKVILLE         MD      20850
CYC CONSTRUCTION INC                          13425 F ST                  OMAHA              NE     68137
D & B INDUSTRIAL FLOOR COATINGS INC           W137 N8589 LANDOVER CRT     MENOMONEE FALLS    WI     53051
D & D INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTING INC              101 MULLEN DR               WALTON             KY     41094
D & W MASONRY INC                             473 VILLAGE PARK DRIVE      POWELL            OH      43065
DAMATO BUILDERS + ADVISERS LLC                40 CONNECTICUT AVE          NORWICH            CT     06360
DANNYS CONSTRUCTION CO INCORPORATED           1066 WEST THIRD AVENUE      SHAKOPEE          MN      55379
DAVE OSBORNE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTI           15600 28TH AVE N            PLYMOUTH          MN      55447
DAVID A NICE BUILDERS INC                     4571 WARE CREEK ROAD        WILLIAMSBURG       VA     23188
DAVID BOLAND INC                              SE ARNOLD & PERIMETER RD    WHITEMAN AFB      MO      65305
DCG PETERSON BROTHERS COMPANY                 5005 S HWY 71               SIOUX RAPIDS       IA     50585
DEAN SNYDER CONSTRUCTION CO                   912 N 13TH ST               CLEAR LAKE         IA     50428
DEAN STEEL ERECTION COMPANY INC               5366 N VALLEY PIKE          HARRISONBURG       VA     22803
DECORATING AND COATING APPLICATIONS LLC       2355 CLYDE DRIVE            CHAMBLEE           GA     30341
DEJAGER CONSTRUCTION                          75 60TH ST SW               WYOMING            MI     49508
DELPHI AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS HUMAN RESOURCES LLC P O BOX 5086                TROY               MI     48007

DELTA T CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC              W137 N5732 WILLIAMS PL      MENOMONEE FLS      WI     63051
DEPENDABLE FIRE PROTECTION INC                13360 WHITE CREEK RD        CEDAR SPRINGS      MI     49319
DF CHASE INC                                  3001 ARMORY DR              NASHVILLE          TN     37204
DIAMOND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                  2000 N 18TH ST              QUINCY             IL     62301
DIAMOND SURFACE INC                           13792 REIMER DR N           MAPLE GROVE       MN      55311
DIG AMERICA UTILITY CONTRACTING INC           606 25TH AVE SO STE 202     ST CLOUD          MN      56301
DIVINE INC                                    2310 REFUGEE RD             COLUMBUS          OH      43207
DOME CORPORATION OF NORTH AMERICA             5450 EAST ST                SAGINAW            MI     48601
DOME TECHNOLOGY USA INC                       3007 E 49TH N               IDAHO FALLS        ID     83401
DON BORNEKE CONSTRUCTION INC                  61650 216TH LANE            EAGLE LAKE        MN      56024
DOSTER CONSTRUCTION CO INC                    2100 INTERNATIONAL PARK D   BIRMINGHAM         AL     35243
DOUBLE O MASONRY INC                          722 S 260TH ST              PITTSBURG          KS     66762
DPLM INC                                      5550 NE 22ND STREET         DES MOINES         IA     50313
DRC EMERGENCY SERVICES LLC                    740 MUSEUM DRIVE            MOBILE             AL     36608
DUALTEMP INSTALLATIONS INC DBA DUALTEMP WISCONSIN 3695 J N 126TH STREET   BROOKFIELD         WI     53005

DUANE HOUKOM INC                              7 WINDSONG LANE             FRIENDSWOOD        TX     77546
DUREX COVERINGS INC                           53 INDUSTRIAL RD            BROWNSTOWN         PA     17508
DUSTROL INC                                   GEN DEL                     EL DORADO          KS     67042
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Contractor                                 Address                     City              State    Zip
E80 PLUS CONSTRUCTORS LLC                  600 BASSETT ST              DEFOREST           WI     53532
ECONOMY ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS             101 CENTURY 21 DR #204      JACKSONVILLE       FL     32216
EIB CONTRACTORS INC                       5416 SCHERTZ RD              SAN ANTONIO        TX     78233
ELAN GENERAL CONTRACTING INC               4644 HAWLEY BLVD            SAN DIEGO          CA     92116
ELECTRICAL LINE SERVICES INC               14200 S TULSA DR            OKLAHOMA CITY      OK     73170
ELECTRICO INC                              7706 WAGNER ROAD            MILLSTADT           IL    62260
ELEMENTS DESIGN BUILD LLC                  1136 HILLTOP DR             LAWRENCE           KS     66044
EMCO CHEMICAL DISTRIBUTORS INC            2100 COMMONWEALTH AVE        NORTH CHICAGO       IL    60064
EMPLOYEE RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION LP        12400 COIT RD #1030         DALLAS             TX     75251
ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS INC                   2116 WALSH AVE STE B        SANTA CLARA        CA     95050
ENVIRONMENTAL FABRICS INC                  85 PASCON CT                GASTON             SC     29053
EQUUS METALS                               1415 S JOPLIN AVE           TULSA              OK     74112
ERVIN CABLE CONSTRUCTION INC              260 N LINCOLN BLVD E         SHAWNEETOWN         IL    62984
ETHOS COFFEE COMPANY                       8395 MELROSE DRIVE          LENEXA             KS     66214
EVCO NATIONAL INC                          339 OLD ST LOUIS RD         WOOD RIVER          IL    62095
EXCEL ENGINEERING INC                      500 73RD AVE NE STE 119     FRIDLEY            MN     55432
EXCEL STUCCO INC                           14123 MANOR DR              LEAWOOD            KS     66224
EXXEL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION INC            862 47TH ST SW STE D        WYOMING            MI     49509
F L CRANE & SONS INC                       508 S SPRING                FULTON             MS     38843
F&F CONSTRUCTION INC                       7377 OLD ALEXANDRIA FERRY   CLINTIN            MD     20735
FABCON INCORPORATED                        6111 WEST HIGHWAY 13        SAVAGE             MN     55378
FALEWITCH CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC        8720 S 114TH ST STE 100     LAVISTA            NE     68128
FARABEE MECHANICAL INC                    P O BOX 1748                 HICKMAN            NE     68372
FARMER ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES LLC         108 EMERALD HILLS DR         EDWARDSVILLE        IL    62025
FAYETTEVILLE PLUMBING & HEATING CO INC     P O BOX 1061                FAYETTEVILLE       AR     72702
FEDERAL FIRE PROTECTION INC                805 SECRETARY DR STE A      ARLINGTON          TX     76015
FEDERAL STEEL & ERECTION                   200 E ALTON AVE             EAST ALTON          IL    62024
FIRST CONSTRUCTION GROUP INC               3729 WEST AVE               BURLINGTON          IA    52601
FISHEL COMPANY THE                        1810 ARLINGATE LN            COLUMBUS           OH     43228
FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY INC        150 W UNIVERSITY BLVD       MELBOURNE          FL     32901
FOLTZ CONSTRUCTION INC                     BOX 38                      PATOKA              IL    62875
FOLTZ WELDING PIPELINE MAINTENANCE         501 E CLINTON AVE           PATOKA              IL    62875
FRANKLIN DESIGNS INC                       2136 WILLIAM ST #205        CAPE GIRARDEAU     MO     63701
FREEDOM CONCRETE LLC                       9620 LEXINGTON AVE          DESOTO             KS     66018
FREESEN INC                                316 S PEARL                 BLUFFS              IL    62621
FRONT RANGE ENVIRONMENTAL LLC              2110 W WRIGHT RD            MCHENRY             IL    60050
GAMMA CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                 2808 JOANEL                 HOUSTON            TX     77027
GARCIA CHICOINE ENTERPRISES INC           1118 NORTH 22ND STREET       LINCOLN            NE     68503
GAS ELECTRICAL SERVICES INC               216 W 2ND STREET             HOLSTEIN            IA    51025
GEA POWER COOLING INC                      143 UNION BLVD STE 400      LAKEWOOD           CO     80228
GEISSLER ROOFING CO INC                    612 S 3RD ST                BELLEVILLE          IL    62220
GENE FRITZEL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES         628 VERMONT                 LAWRENCE           KS     66044
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Contractor                                   Address                   City               State    Zip
GEOTECH SERVICES INC                         6820 W SNOWVILLE RD       BRECKSVILLE        OH      44141
GLEESON CONSTRUCTORS INC                     2015 E 7TH ST             SIOUX CITY          IA     51105
GOERLICH ROOFING INC                         4400 HARRISON             QUINCY              IL     62301
GOLEY INC                                    P O BOX 309               DUPO                IL     62239
GORDONS ENHANCED TECHNOLOGY MARKETING INC 1621 W COSBY #112            CARROLLTON          TX     75006

GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                  421 GRAND AVE             DES MOINES          IA     50309
GRANADE STEEL INC                            5425 BOWLS BOTTOM ROAD    PINCKNEYVILLE       IL     62274
GRAZZINI BROS COMPANY                        620 16TH AVE S            MINNEAPOLIS        MN      55454
GREAT SOUTH CONSTRUCTION CO INC              2500 HWY 31 SOUTH         PELHAM              AL     35124
GREAT SOUTHWESTERN CONSTRUCTION INC          6880 SO I 25              CASTLE ROCK        CO      80104
GUS CONST CO INC                             606 ANTIQUE COUNTRY DR    CASEY               IA     50048
GYPSUM FLOORS OF AR/OK INC                   PO BOX 1707               MULDROW             OK     74948
H & H SYSTEMS & DESIGN INC                   130 EAST MAIN ST          NEW ALBANY          IN     47150
H & L ELECTRIC INC                           11130 LEGION DRIVE        SAINT GEORGE        KS     66535
H & M CONSTRUCTION CO INC                    50 SECURITY DR            JACKSON             TN     38305
HALL BROTHERS RECYCLING & RECLAMATION INC    124 INDIANA AVE           SALINA              KS     67401
HALL PAVING INC                              1196 PONY EXPRESS HWY     MARYSVILLE          KS     66508
HANLIN RAINALDI CONSTRUCTION CORP            6610 SINGLETREE DR        COLUMBUS           OH      43229
HARMAN CONSTRUCTION INC                      1633 ROGERS RD            FORT WORTH          TX     76107
HARNESS ROOFING INC                          P O BOX 1382              HARRISON            AR     72601
HART PAINTING                                2555 SW 50                OKLAHOMA CITY       OK     73119
HARVEY NASH INC                              1680 ROUTE 23 N STE 300   WAYNE               NJ     07470
HAVEN LANDSCAPING LLC                        516 MAIN PO BOX 128       WELLSVILLE          KS     66092
HC BECK LTD                                  1820 MARKET ST FL 3       ST LOUIS           MO      63103
HENDERSON ENGINEERS INC                      8325 LENEXA DR STE 400    LENEXA              KS     66214
HENNING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                 5870 MERLE HAY RD         JOHNSTON            IA     50131
HERITAGE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT INC             16133 VENTURA BLVD #965   ENCINO              CA     91436
HERMAN STEWART CONSTRUCTION & DEVEL          4550 FORBES BLVD          LANHAM             MD      20706
HG DALLAS CONSULTING LLC                     6860 N DALLAS PKWY        PLANO               TX     75024
HINRICHS GROUP INC THE                       340 OFFICE COURT STE A    FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS    IL     62208
HOLIAN ASBSTS RMVL & ENCPSLTN CORP           7504 MEYER RD             SPRING GROVE        IL     60081
HOLLIS ROOFING INC                           P O BOX 2229              COLUMBUS           MS      39704
HOOPER CORPORATION                           P O BOX 7455              MADISON             WI     53707
HOOVER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                  302 S HOOVER RD           VIRGINIA           MN      55792
HORIZON GENERAL CONTRACTORS INC              7315 W ELIZABETH LN       FT WORTH            TX     76116
HORIZON GROUP INC                            1325 N E BOND ST          PEORIA              IL     61603
HORIZONTAL BORING & TUNNELING CO             505 S RIVER AVE           EXETER              NE     68351
HOSPITALITY BUILDERS INC                     4222 HWY 52               META               MO      65058
HUFF SEALING CORPORATION                     HWY 15E                   ALBION              IL     62806
HUMAN CAPITAL CONCEPTS LLC                   1075 BROAD RIPPLE AVE     INDIANAPOLIS        IN     46220
HUTTON CONTRACTING CO INC                    HWY 50                    LINN               MO      65051
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Contractor                                  Address                     City                State    Zip
HYDRO TECH RESTORATION INC                  1313 N 300 WEST             LEHI                 UT     84043
I & I CONSTRUCTION INC                      21050 N BRADY ST STE A      DAVENPORT             IA    52804
IMPERIAL ROOF SYSTEMS CO                    203 ARMOUR ST               WEST UNION            IA    52175
INDUSTRIAL POWER & PROCESS CORP             P O BOX 38995               GREENSBORO           NC     27438
INDUSTRIAL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY INC           2213 7TH AVE N              FARGO                ND     58108
INDUSTRY SERVICES CO INC                    5550 TODD ACRES DR          MOBILE               AL     36619
INGRAM CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC OF          173 HOY RD                  MADISON              MS     39110
INNES CONSTRUCTION CO INC                   4324 UNIVERSITY AVENUE      GRAND FORKS          ND     58203
INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTING CORPORATION 35900 MMOUND RD        STERLING HEIGHTS     KS     48310

INTERSTATES CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INCORPORATED 1520 INDUSTRIAL PARK     SIOUX CENTER          IA    51250

INTL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORK         106 N MONROE ST             WEST FRANKFORT        IL    62896
IOWA BRIDGE & CULVERT LC                    409 N AVE B                 WASHINGTON            IA    52353
IRBY CONSTRUCTION CO                        817 S STATE ST              JACKSON              MS     39201
IRON MOUNTAIN M J ELECTRIC LLC              16151 N RT Z                CENTRALIA            MO     65240
IRONCLAD METALS INC                         9371 164 A STREET           SURREY V4N5S3        BC     99999
J & J MAINTENANCE INC                       3755 CAPITAL OF TX HWY S    AUSTIN               TX     78704
J & W CONTRACTING LLC                       1925 FORT WORTH HWY #102    WEATHERFORD          TX     76086
JAMES N GRAY CONSTRUCTION CO                250 W MAIN ST               LEXINGTON            KY     40507
JD FRANKS INC                               1602 S BELTINE ROAD         DALLAS               TX     75253
JEN MECHANICAL INC                          803 HOPP HOLLOW DR          ALTON                 IL    62002
JESCO INC                                   2020 MCCULLOUGH BLVD        TUPELO               MS     38801
JF BRENNAN CO INC                           820 BAINBRIDGE ST           LA CROSSE            WI     54603
JOEL FRITZEL CONSTRUCTION CO.               3320 CLINTON PARKWAY CT     LAWRENCE             KS     66047
JOHN A PAPALAS & CO                         1187 EMPIRE                 LINCOLN PARK         MI     48146
JOHN T JONES CONSTRUCTION CO                2213 7TH AVE NORTH          FARGO                ND     58108
JOHNSON INDUSTRIAL SERVICES INC             200 BENTLEY CIR             SHELBY               AL     35143
JOHNSONS BUILDERS                           1455 HODGES FERRY ROAD      DOYLE                TN     38559
JOLLEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                 2034 HAMILTON PL BLVD 200   CHATTANOOGA          TN     37421
JOMAX CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC              S 281 HWY                   GREAT BEND           KS     67530
JONES BLYTHE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY           1030 W REYNOLDS ST          SPRINGFIELD           IL    62702
JOY MASONRY                                 124 S BALTIMORE STE I       DERBY                KS     67037
JULIUS KAAZ CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IN         716 CHEROKEE                LEAVENWORTH          KS     66048
KANE FIRE PROTECTION INC                    170 E ALTON AVE             EAST ALTON AVE        IL    62024
KANSAS BUILDING SYSTEMS INC                 1701 SW 41ST                TOPEKA               KS     66609
KANSAS BUSINESS FORMS AND SUPPLIES INC      505 MAIN ST                 BELTON               MO     64012
KASBOHM CUSTOM DRILLING INC                 11404 OAKTON RD             SAVANNA               IL    61074
KEARNEY & SON CONSTRUCTION INC              2500 NORTH 7TH ST           LAWRENCE             KS     66044
KELLEY DEWATERING & CONSTRUCTION CO         5175 CLAY AVENUE SW         WYOMING              MI     49548
KENT ANDERSON CONCRETE LP                   830 E VALLEY RIDGE BLVD     LEWISVILLE           TX     75057
KESSLER CONSTRUCTION INC                    13402 W 92ND ST             LENEXA               KS     66215
KEY CONSTRUCTION OKLAHOMA LLC               5415 S 125TH AVE STE 201    TULSA                OK     74146
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Contractor                                  Address                     City              State    Zip
KGL ASSOCIATES INC                          759 ADAMS ST                DENVER            CO      80206
KIEWIT BUILDING GROUP INC                   3555 FARNAM ST              OMAHA              NE     68131
KILIAN CORPORATION THE                      608 S INDEPENDENCE          MASCOUTAH          IL     62258
KIM CON INC                                 2118 S 156TH ST             OMAHA              NE     68130
KING OF TEXAS ROOFING COMPANY LP            307 GILBERT CIRCLE          GRAND PRAIRIE      TX     75050
KINLEY CONSTRUCTION GROUP LP                4025 WOODLAND PK BLVD 410   ARLINGTON          TX     76013
KIRKHAM SERVICES PC                         106 ABERDEEN LANE           MONROE             MI     48161
KNIGHT TRENCHING & EXCAVATING INC           14168 SANTA FE TRAIL DR     LENEXA             KS     66215
KUHLMAN REFRIGERATION INC                   N56W16865 RIDGEWOOD 100     MENOMONEE FALLS    WI     53051
L & L INSULATION & SUPPLY CO                3810 B PAULE AVE            ST LOUIS COUNTY   MO      63125
LADD EXTERIOR WALL SYSTEMS INC              3220 CORPORATE DR           WILMINGTON         NC     28405
LAKE CONTRACTING INC                        4650 STONE CHURCH RD        ADDIEVILLE         IL     62214
LAKEVIEW CONSTRUCTION OF WISCONSIN          10505 CORPORATE DR #200     PLEASANT PRAIRI    WI     53158
LAMAR MOORE CONSTRUCTION INC                4401 STATE ROUTE 162        GRANITE CITY       IL     62040
LARSON CONTRACTING INC                      508 WEST MAIN STREET        LAKE MILLS         IA     50450
LAVEREDIERE CONSTRUCTION INC                4055 W JACKSON ST           MACOMB             IL     61455
LAW CO INC                                  345 RIVERVIEW ST            WICHITA            KS     67203
LEANDER CONSTRUCTION INC                    24472 N CO 6                CANTON             IL     61520
LIMBAUGH CONSTRUCTION CO INC                4186 HWY 162                GRANITE CITY       IL     62040
LINAWEAVER CONSTRUCTION INC                 719 GILMAN RD               LANSING            KS     66043
LITTLE ROCK ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS          13008 LAWSON RD             LITTLE ROCK        AR     72210
LJ KEEFE CO                                 704 WEST CENTRAL ROAD       MOUNT PROSPECT     IL     60056
LOGISTICAL CUSTOMER SERVICE INC             305 HAWLEY ROAD             DUNN               NC     28334
LONGAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                 1635 US HWY 59 N            GROVE              OK     74344
LONGS DRILLING SERVICE INC                  6768 LYNX LANE              HARRISON           AR     72601
LPR CONSTRUCTION CO                         1171 DES MOINES AVE         LOVELAND          CO      80537
LS CONSTRUCTION SERVICES                    8301 W 125TH ST             OVERLAND PARK      KS     66213
LUKE & ASSOCIATES INC                       3401 N COURTENAY PKWY 101   MERRITT ISLAND     FL     32953
LUNDA CONSTRUCTION CO                       620 GEBHARDT RD             BLACK RIVER FAL    WI     54615
M & M ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR INC             5832 ROY PERRY RD           SPRINGFIELD        TN     37172
M & W CONTRACTORS INC                       400 S STEWART ST            E PEORIA           IL     61611
MAGUIRE IRON INC                            300 W WALNUT BOX 1446       SIOUX FALLS        SD     57101
MAHAFFEY CONSTRCUTION                       102 ESTATES DR              GREEN FOREST       AR     72638
MAHAFFEY CONSTRUCTION                       102 ESTATES DR              GREEN FOREST       AR     72638
MAINSTREET MUFFLER AND BRAKE                1406 N MAIN STREET          HARRISON           AR     72601
MANTA INDUSTRIAL INC                        414 N ORLEANS STE 202       CHICAGO            IL     60610
MARIETTA SILOS LLC                          2417 WATERFORD ROAD         MARIETTA          OH      45750
MAROLD ELECTRIC INC                         1925 SHERWOOD LAKE ESTATE   QUINCY             IL     62305
MARTIN COMPANIES LLC DBA MARTIN ELECTRIC    1542 E SPRUCE               OLATHE             KS     66061
MARTIN FIREPROOFING CORPORATION             2200 MILITARY ROAD          TONAWANDA          NY     14150
MAXWELL CONSTRUCTION INC                    333 W HAMPTON AVE #325      ENGLEWOOD         CO      80110
MDS BUILDERS INC                            5455 N FEDERAL HWY          BOCA RATON         FL     33487
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Contractor                                 Address                     City              State    Zip
MEADOWS CONSTRUCTION CO INC                1014 FRONT ST               TONGANOXIE         KS     66086
MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES IN        1711 MELROSE DR             BENTON             AR     72015
METROPOLITAN PAVEMENT SPECIALISTS LLC      14012 GILES RD              OMAHA              NE     68138
MEYERS PLUMBING                            4117 MAIN STREET RD         KEOKUK             IA     52632
MICHAEL CONSTRUCTION CO INC                SECONDARY RT 79 BOX 143     DRY BRANCH         WV     25061
MID STATES ELECTRIC CO INC                 P O BOX 156                 S SIOUX CITY       NE     68776
MID STATES MECHANICAL SERVICES INC         HWY 169 SOUTH               MANKATO            MN     56001
MIDDLE GEORGIA CONCRETE CONSTRUCTORS INC   3077 MCCALL DRIVE STE 15    ATLANTA            GA     30340
MIDLAND WRECKING INC                       15 HENNING                  LENEXA             KS     66215
MIDWEST CRANE AND RIGGING LLC              15585 S KEELER              OLATHE             KS     66051
MIDWEST MOLE INC                           2460 N GRAHAM AVE           INDIANAPOLIS       IN     46218
MIDWEST PARTITIONS INC                     509 WALNUT STREET           THEDFORD           NE     69166
MILLENNIUM BROKERAGE GROUP                 611 COMMERCE ST STE 2704    NASHVILLE          TN     37203
MILLER INSULATION CO INC                   US HWY 65 & MO HWY 127      MALTA BEND         MO     65339
MILLER THE DRILLER                         5125 E UNIVERSITY           DES MOINES         IA     50317
MILLS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS               2535 WALNUT HILL LN         DALLAS             TX     75229
MJ HARRIS INC                              2620 N WESTWOOD BLVD        POPLAR BLUFF       MO     63901
MJM SERVICES INC                           207 N 48TH ST               BELLEVILLE         IL     62223
MORRIS SHEA BRIDGE CO INC                  1820 1ST AVENUE SOUTH       IRONDALE           AL     35210
MORRISSEY CONTRACTING CO                   705 SOUTHMOOR PL            GODFREY             IL    62035
MOWERY BACKHOE & TRENCHER SERVICE          25374 TONGANOXIE RD         LEAVENWORTH        KS     66048
MP NEXLEVEL LLC                            500 CR 37 E                 MAPLE LAKE         MN     55358
MULTIPLE CONCRETE ENTERPRISES              1680 W 1000 N               LAYTON             UT     84041
MURPHY & SONS ROOFING                      1010 NORTH 54TH ST          KANSAS CITY        KS     66102
MUSE EXCAVATION & CONSTRUCTION CO          504 S 8TH ST                ELWOOD             KS     66024
MYLES LORENTZ INC                          48822 OLD RIVER BLUFF RD    ST PETER           MN     56082
NATGUN CORP                                11 TEAL RD                  WAKEFIELD          MA     01880
NEBEL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC            11380 STRANG LINE ROAD      LENEXA             KS     66215
NEESE INC                                  303 DIVISION PO BOX 392     GRAND JUNCTION     IA     50107
NELSON ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION INC        2610 DAKOTA AVE             S SIOUX CITY       NE     68776
NEW DIMENSION INC                          631 E BIG BEAVER #109       TROY               MI     48083
NOLAN HATCHER CONSTRUCTION SERVICES LLC    P O BOX 806                 TUTTLE             OK     73089
NORMENT SECURITY GROUP INC                 3224 MOBILE HWY             MONTGOMERY         AL     36108
NORTH CENTRAL BUILDERS INC                 321 N BROADWAY              HARTINGTON         NE     68739
NORTH MISSISSIPPI CONVEYOR COMPANY INC     HWY 7S LAFAYETTE CO RD370   OXFORD             MS     38655
NORTHERN CLEARING INC                      1805 W MAIN ST              ASHLAND            WI     54806
NORTHWEST CONCRETE CUTTING CORP            1001 E 52ND ST NORTH        SIOUX FALLS        SD     57104
NORTHWEST ENERGY SYSTEMS INC               315 S GREGG ST              FAYETTEVILLE       AR     72701
ODONNELL & SONS CONSTRUCTION CO INC        15301 BROADMOOR ST          OVERLAND PARK      KS     66223
OFALLON ELECTRIC COMPANY                   P O BOX 488                 OFALLON            IL     62269
OLIVER HATCHER CONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT INC 27333 MEADOWBROOK RD   NOVI               MI     48377
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Contractor                                Address                     City                State    Zip
OMNI ENGINEERING INC                      14012 GILES RD              OMAHA                NE     68138
ORASURE TECHNOLOGIES INC                  220 EAST FIRST STREET       BETHLEHEM            PA     18015
OXISTOP LLC                               1413 QUAKER CIRCLE          SALEM               OH      44460
P1 GROUP INC                              16210 W 108TH ST            LENEXA               KS     66219
PADGETT BUILDING & REMODELING INC         4200 SMELTING WORKS RD      BELLEVILLE           IL     62226
PATHWAY SURFACES INC                      15556 PERKINS RD            BATON ROUGE          LA     70810
PATTON TULLY MARINE LLC                   1242 N 2ND STREET           MEMPHIS              TN     38107
PCL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC             2000 S COLORADO BLVD 2500   DENVER              CO      80222
PETERSON CONTRACTORS INC                  104 BLACKHAWK ST            REINBECK             IA     50669
PETTUS PLUMBING & PIPING INC              P O BOX 3237                MUSCLE SHOALS        AL     35662
PHOENIX MILLWORK LLC                      P O BOX 2788                ALVIN                TX     77512
PIASA COMMERCIAL INTERIORS INC            1001 S MORRISON AVE         COLLINSVILLE         IL     62234
PINNACLE CONSTRUCTION INC                 203 N CHESTNUT ST           GLENWOOD             IA     51534
PLOWMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC          905 E PARK ST               OLATHE               KS     66061
PLUM RHINO CONSULTING LLC                 1010 HUNTCLIFF STE 1350     ATLANTA              GA     30350
P-N-G CONTRACTING INC                     917 CARLA DR                TROY                 IL     62294
POLE MAINTENANCE CO LLC                   4307 23RD ST                COLUMBUS             NE     68601
POTTER ELECTRIC                           2801 W 7TH STREET           ELK CITY             OK     73644
PRECAST ERECTORS INC                      3500 VALLEY VISTA DR        HURST                TX     76053
PRECISION SCAN LLC                        115 TODD COURT              THOMASVILLE          NC     27360
PRESIDENTIAL BILLIARDS LP                 9391 GROGAMS MILL RD B1     THE WOODLANDS        TX     77380
PRO CARWASH SYSTEMS INC                   6199 S OLIVER               DERBY                KS     67037
PRO LINE CONSTRUCTION INC                 7946 NW TOPEKA BLVD         TOPEKA               KS     66617
PROFESSIONAL HVAC R SERVICES INC          2861 CENTER RD              AVON                OH      44011
PROGRESSIVE CONTRACTORS INC               14123 42ND ST NE            ST MICHAEL          MN      55376
PULTE PAYROLL CORPORATION                 100 BLOOMFIELD HILLS #300   BLOOMFIELD HILLS     MI     48034
PYRAMID CONTRACTORS INC                   795 W IRONWOOD RD           OLATHE               KS     66061
PYRAMID ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS INC        300 MONTICELLO PLACE        FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS     IL     62208
QUALITY COMMERICAL INSTALLATION INC       BOX 17                      WOODSTOCK            IL     60098
QUALITY ELECTRIC OF DOUGLAS COUNTY INC    1011 E 31ST STREET          LAWRENCE             KS     66046
QUALITY TRANSPORTATION SERVICES INC       5220 S CAMERON ST           LAS VEGAS            NV     89118
QUALTEL SYSTEMS LLC                       24695 OLD KANSAS CITY RD    PAOLA                KS     66071
QUICK RESPONSE FIRE PROTECTION INC        374 W BRIGGS ROAD           STANTON              MI     48888
QUOVADX INC                               7600 E ORCHARD RS 300 S     GREENWOOD VILLAGE   CO      80111
R MESSNER CONSTRUCTION CO INC             3595 N WEBB RD #500         WICHITA              KS     67226
R N HARRIS CONSTRUCTION CO                3200 HASKELL AVE STE 140    LAWRENCE             KS     66046
R RANDLE CONSTRUCTION INC                 1414 SO STATE RTE 13        FREEBURG             IL     62243
RADIOLOGY STAFFING INC                    13705 B ST                  OMAHA                NE     68144
RAGAN MECHANICAL INC                      702 W 76TH STREET           DAVENPORT            IA     52806
RCS CONSTRUCTION INC                      197 OLD ST LOUIS RD         WOOD RIVER           IL     62095
RDC MANUFACTURING INC                     200 LUKKEN INDUSTRIAL DR    LA GRANGE            GA     30240
REASONS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC          3825 EAST END DR            HUMBOLDT             TN     38343
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Contractor                               Address                     City              State    Zip
REED CONSTRUCTION DATA INC               275 WASHINGTON ST           NEWTON             MA     02458
REGENCY CONSTRUCTORS LLC                 4744 JAMESTOWN AV STE 103   BATON ROUGE        LA     70808
RELIANT TRANSPORTATION CF LLC            770 N COTNER BLVD 410       LINCOLN            NE     68505
RELIATECH INC                            2280 SIBLEY COURT           EAGAN              MN     55122
REMCON GENERAL CONTRACTING INC           10311 RT E                  JEFFERSON CITY     MO     65101
RESERV CONSTRUCTION CO INC               7101 SHARONDALE CT #200     BRENTWOOD          TN     37027
RETAIL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC         11343 39TH ST N             ST PAUL            MN     55042
RETAIL STOREFRONT GROUP INC              419 MIAMI AVE               LEEDS              AL     35094
RFB CONSTRUCTION CO INC                  565 E 520TH AVE             PITTSBURGH         KS     66762
RJ PITCHER INC                           4575 BUCKLEY RD             LIVERPOOL          NY     13088
ROD TECHS INC                            5991 MIEJER DRIVE STE 22    MILFORD            OH     45150
ROEHL REFRIGERATED TRANSPORT LLC         1916 E 29TH STREET          MARSHFIELD         WI     54449
ROGER ENGEMANN DRAINAGE CO INC           135 N MAIN                  TROY               KS     66087
ROGERS PREMIER UNLOADING SERVICES        3801 SUNSET AVE             ROCKY MOUNT        NC     27804
ROSE LAN CONTRACTORS INC                 820 CHEYENNE AVE            KANSAS CITY        KS     66105
RUPP MASONRY CONSTRUCTION CO             1501 N 18TH STREET          QUINCY             IL     62301
RUSSELL CONSTRUCTION CO                  3032 A NORTH FRAZIER ST     CONROE             TX     77303
RYAN FLOORS INC                          305 CARL STREET             ROCKVILLE          MD     20851
S A COMUNALE CO INC                      2900 NEWPARK DR             BARBERTON          OH     44203
S M STOLLER CORPORATION THE              105 TECHNOLOGY DR STE 190   BROOMFIELD         CO     80021
S T TILE LLC                             1049 HUNTERS CHASE          GRAFTON            OH     44044
SA SMITH ELECTRIC INC                    525 JERSEY ST               QUINCY             IL     62301
SAGEZ CONSTRUCTION INC                   HC61 BOX 17                 HARDIN              IL    62047
SCHUMACHER ELEVATOR COMPANY              ONE SCHUMAKER WAY           DENVER             IA     50622
SCHUPPS LINE CONSTRUCTION INC            10 PETRA LANE               ALBANY             NY     12205
SEK HEAT & AIR INC                       422 W ATKINSON              PITTSBURG          KS     66762
SHAMBURG UNLIMITED LLC                   3244 SE STANLEY RD          TECUMSEH           KS     66542
SHAWNEE MISSION TREE SERVICE INC         8250 COLE PKWY              SHAWNEE MSN        KS     66227
SHIELDS TELECOMM INC                     7 CIRCLE DR                 MOUNT VERNON       IL     62864
SHILLING CONSTRUCTION CO INC             555 POYNTZ AVE STE 260      MANHATTAN          KS     66502
SHILOH STEEL FABRICATORS INC             200 EAST HWY 264            SPRINGDALE         AR     72764
SIGMAN INDOOR CLIMATE SOLUTIONS LLC      6200 OLD ST LOUIS RD        BELLEVILLE         IL     62223
SKYLIGHT FINANCIAL INC                   1455 LINCOLN PKWY STE 600   ATLANTA            GA     30346
SLAYDEN GLASS INC                        120 E FERGUSON              WOOD RIVER          IL    62095
SLUDGE TECHNOLOGY INC                    8101 W 33RD STREET S        MUSKOGEE           OK     74401
SNELL NORTHCUTT ELECTRIC INC             P O BOX 24601               LITTLE ROCK        AR     72221
SOUTHEAST DIRECTIONAL DRILLING LLC       3117 N CESSDA AVE           CASA GRANDE        AZ     85222
SOUTHERN CONCRETE PRODUCTS INC           266 E CHRUCH STREET         LEXINGTON TN       TN     38351
SOUTHWESTERN CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC   4542 STATE RT 160           HIGHLAND           IL     62249
SPECTRA TECH LLC                         16100 ALLISONVILLE RD       NOBLESVILLE        IN     46060
SPORTEXE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC       1809 MERRITTVILLE FONTHIL   ONT CAN LOS1E6     ON     99999
SPORTS METALS INC                        P O BOX 1338                PHENIX CITY        AL     36868
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Contractor                                 Address                     City             State    Zip
STELLAR GROUP INC                          2900 HARTLEY RD             JACKSONVILLE      FL     32257
STILL CONSTRUCTION CO INC                  PO BOX 70                   LEAD HILL         AR     72644
STILL CONTRACTORS LLC                      15740 S MAHAFFIE ST         OLATHE            KS     66062
STORK TWIN CITY TESTING CORPORATION        662 CROMWELL AVENUE         ST PAUL          MN      55114
STORY-ATLAS SURVEYING INC                  7735 WASHINGTON AVE STE G   KANSAS CITY       KS     66112
STOVALL CONSTRUCTION INC                   7409 US HWY 287             ARLINGTON         TX     76001
STRAUB CONSTRUCTION CO INC                 7775 MEADOW VIEW DR         SHAWNEE           KS     66227
STREICHER EXCAVATING INC                   1718 EAST BREMER AVE        WAVERLY           IA     50677
STRINGER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC          6141 LUCILE AVE             SHAWNEE           KS     66203
STRUKEL ELECTRIC INC                       375 W WALNUT ST             GIRARD            KS     66743
STUEVE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                2201 E OAK ST               ALGONA            IA     50511
SUMMIT CONTRACTING OF DELAWARE LLC         120 N LIME ST               LANCASTER         PA     17602
SUNCON INC                                 #2 TERMINAL DR STE 17A      EAST ALTON        IL     62002
SURFACE PREPARATION TECHNOLOGIES INC       81 TEXACO ROAD              MECHANICSBURG     PA     17055
SW HUFFMAN CONSTRUCTION INC                PO BOX 99                   OTTUMWA           IA     52501
SWANSTON EQUIPMENT COMPANY                 3404 MAIN AVE               FARGO             ND     58103
SYNERGY REFRIGERATION INC                  1680 ROBERTS BLVD           KENNESAW          GA     30144
SYRSTONE INC                               201 S MAIN ST               NORTH SYRACUSE    NY     13212
TANCO ENGINEERING INCORPORATED             1400 TAURUS COURT           LOVELAND         CO      80537
TANK BUILDERS INC                          13400 TRINITY BLVD          EULESS            TX     76039
TATE GENERAL CONTRACTORS INC               115 WOODY LANE              JONESBORO         AR     72401
TECH BUILDERS INC                          410 DOWNTOWN PLZ            FAIRMONT         MN      56031
TEFCO INC                                  11022 SAWMILL RD            ELBERFELD         IN     47613
TELECRAFTER SERVICES LLC                   13131 W CEDAR DR            LAKEWOOD         CO      80228
TENCON INC                                 530 JONES ST                VERONA            PA     15147
TENOCH CONSTRUCTION INC                    6216 MISSION RD             FAIRWAY           KS     66205
TERRA ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CORPORATION 2201 VONDRON RD           MADISON           WI     53718

TESTEX INC                                 535 OLD FRANKSTOWN ROAD     PITTSBURGH        PA     15239
TEXAS COMMERCIAL FENCE INC                 320 SOUTHLAND DR            BURNET            TX     78611
TEXAS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY               900 WASHINGTON AVENUE       WACO              TX     76701
THOMPSON ELECTRONICS COMPANY               905 S BOSCH ROAD            PEORIA            IL     61607
TIC THE INDUSTRIAL COMPANY                 188 INVERNESS DR W #700     ENGLEWOOD        CO      80012
TITAN CONTRACTING & LEASING CO INC         2205 RAGU DRIVE             OWENSBORO         KY     42302
TNT CONSTRUCTION CO INC                    144 EASY ST                 CAROL STREAM      IL     60188
TONTO CONSTRUCTION INC                     HWY 16 W 78TH ST            MUSKOGEE          OK     74401
TOTAL WESTERN INC                          8049 SOMERSET BLVD          PARAMOUNT         CA     90723
TOURNEAR ROOFING CO                        2605 SPRING LAKE RD         QUINCY            IL     62305
TOWER MECHANICAL SERVICES                  2125 W 20TH AVE             OSHKOSH           WI     54904
TPQ CORPORATION                            8522 E 61ST ST              TULSA             OK     74133
TR MANAGEMENT INC                          6700 SW TOPEKA BLVD #344    TOPEKA            KS     66619
TRAC WORK INC                              303 W KNOX                  ENNIS             TX     75119
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Contractor                                  Address                     City                 State    Zip
TRI STATE BUILDING SUPPLY CO INC            N HWY 69                    PITTSBURG             KS     66762
TRI STATE PAVING INC                        STATE LINE RD               PICHER                OK     74360
TRIAGE CONSULTING GROUP                     221 MAIN STREET STE 1100    SAN FRANCISCO         CA     94105
TRINITY EXCAVATING & CONSTRUCTION INC       510 SOUTHWEST BLVD #B       KANSAS CITY           KS     66103
TRUCK CRANE SERVICE COMPANY                 2875 HIGHWAY 55             EAGAN                 MN     55121
TULSA INSPECTION RESOURCES INC             12811 E 86TH PLACE N #106    OWASSO                OK     74055
TWEET GAROT MECHANICAL INC                  2545 LARSEN RD              GREEN BAY             WI     54303
ULTIMATE THERMAL INC                        P O BOX 34818               OMAHA                 NE     68134
UNIQUE STAFF LEASING 1 LTD                  4646 CORONA ST STE 105      CORPUS CHRISTI        TX     78411
UNITED CONTRACTORS INC                      6678 NW 62ND AVE            JOHNSTON               IA    50131
UNITED EXCEL CORPORATION                    5425 ANTIOCH RD             MERRIAM               KS     66202
US ASPHALT CO                              14012 GILES RD               OMAHA                 NE     68138
VECTOR CONSTRUCTION INC                     3814 3RD AVE NW             FARGO                 ND     58102
VEI GENERAL CONTRACTORS INC                 P O BOX 1032                RUSSELLVILLE          AR     72811
VICS CRANE & HEAVY HAUL INC                 3000 145TH STREET EAST      ROSEMOUNT             MN     55068
VINTAGE SPORTS CARDS INC                   410 S TRADE CNTR PKWY #A8    CONROE                TX     77385
VISTA ENERGY LP                            20525 74TH DRIVE SE          SNOHOMISH             WA     98296
VON ALST HOLDING COMPANY                    2416 SMELTING WORKS RD      SWANSEA                IL    62226
W G YATES & SONS CONSTRUCTION COMPA         104 GULLY AVENUE            PHILADELPHIA          MS     39350
WALKER CONSTRUCTION CO INC                  HWY 50 TO KAHOLA LAKE RD    EMPORIA               KS     66801
WALSH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY OF ILLIN         819 WALNUT                  KANSAS CITY           MO     64106
WALT WAGNER CONSTRUCTION INC                305 S 5TH ST                LEAVENWORTH           KS     66048
WALTERS EXCAVATING                         24060 K 68 HWY               PAOLA                 KS     66071
WALTERS MORGAN CONSTRUCTION INC            2616 TUTTLE CREEK BLVD       MANHATTAN             KS     66502
WANZEK CONSTRUCTION INC                     16553 37R ST SE             FARGO                 ND     58103
WATTS CONSTRUCTION LLC                      103 INDIANA AVE             FORT LEONARD WOOD     MO     65473
WEATHERCRAFT COMPANY OF GRAND ISLAND        PO BOX 80459                LINCOLN               NE     68501
WEATHERCRAFT COMPANY OF LINCOLN             545 J ST                    LINCOLN               NE     68508
WEGMAN INC                                  608 W LASLEY                ST MARYS              KS     66546
WELDMATION INC                             31720 STEPHENSON HIGHWAY     MADISON HEIGHTS       MI     48071
WELSH COMPANIES                             8200 NORMANDALE BLVD #200   MINNEAPOLIS           MN     55437
WESSELS CONSTRUCTION CO INC                1800 DES PLAINES AVE         FOREST PARK            IL    61030
WEST SIDE MECHANICAL INC                    P O BOX 11247               KANSAS CITY           KS     66111
WESTERN CAROLINA PLUMBING                   25 SANDTRAP RD              WAYNESVILLE           NC     28786
WESTIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY                 10828 NESBITT AVE SO        BLOOMINGTON           MN     55437
WF JOHNSTON CONSTRUCTION INC                109 INDUSTRIAL DRIVE        MINOOKA                IL    60447
WH BASS INC                                 5664 D PEACHTREE PKWY       NORCROSS              GA     30092
WHITE STAR CONSTRUCTION INC                 6175 MIZE ROAD              SHAWNEE               KS     66226
WHITING TURNER CONTRACTING CO THE           300 E JOPPA RD              BALTIMORE             MD     21286
WILLIAMS ELECTRIC CO INC                   695 DENTON BLVD              FORT WALTON BEA       FL     32547
WINFIELD CONTRACTORS INC                    212 NORTH PRAIRIE STREET    WAPELLO                IA    52653
WINGATE ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORKS CO         7516 US 59 NORTH             NACOGDOCHES           TX     75964
WOODS CONSTRUCTION INC                      6396 PRODUCT DRIVE          STERLING HEIGHTS       MI    48312
WORD & COMPANY THE                          1409 GOLDEN NEEDLES ST      WILKESBORO            NC     28697
WORLEY CLAIMS SERVICE INC                   4736 W NAPOLEAN AVE         METAIRIE              LA     70001
WR NEWMAN & ASSOCIATES INC                  2854 LOGAN ST               NASHVILLE             TN     37211
WS BOWLWARE CONSTRUCTION INC                3140 W BRITTON RD STE 204   OKLAHOMA CITY         OK     73120
YOUNGLOVE CONSTRUCTION LLC                  2015 EAST 7TH STREET        SIOUX CITY             IA    51101
ZIMMERMAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC          12509 HEMLOCK ST            OVERLAND PARK         KS     66213

Updated: 4/6/2009 9:50:30 AM
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10
                                               Dissolutions                                                                 MISSOURI
                                                                                                                            REGISTER




 T    he Secretary of State is required by sections 347.141 and 359.481, RSMo 2000, to publish dissolutions of limited liability com-
      panies and limited partnerships. The content requirements for the one-time publishing of these notices are prescribed by
 statute. This listing is published pursuant to these statutes. We request that documents submitted for publication in this section
 be submitted in camera ready 8 1/2" x 11" manuscript by email to dissolutions@sos.mo.gov.


                                    NOTICE TO THE UNKNOWN CREDITORS
                                                   OF
                                               XNEGH, INC.


             You are hereby notified that on April 3, 2009, XNEGH, Inc., a Missouri profit
      corporation (the “Company”), the principal office of which is located in the County of St. Louis,
      Missouri, filed Articles of Dissolution by Voluntary Action with the Secretary of State of
      Missouri.

              In order to file a claim with the Company, you must furnish the amount and the basis for
      the claim and provide all necessary documentation supporting this claim. All claims must be
      mailed to:

                                                     XNEGH, Inc.
                                                     c/o Robert L. Newmark
                                                     211 North Broadway, Suite 3600
                                                     St. Louis, Missouri 63102

           A claim against XNEGH, Inc. will be barred unless a proceeding to enforce the claim is
      commenced within two years after the publication of this notice.



                               NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION AND WINDING UP
                            TO ALL CREDITORS OF AND CLAIMANTS AGAINST
                                     LIPTON PROPERTIES III, L.P.


           On February 25, 2009, LIPTON PROPERTIES III, L.P., a Missouri limited partnership,
           was dissolved upon the filing of a Certificate of Cancellation with the Secretary of State.

           Said partnership requests that all persons and organizations who have claims against it
           present them immediately by letter to: Randall M. Lipton, 7211 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis,
           Missouri 63130. All claims must include the claimant’s name, address and telephone
           number, the amount, date and basis for the claim.

           ANY CLAIMS AGAINST LIPTON PROPERTIES III, L.P. WILL BE BARRED
           UNLESS A PROCEEDING TO ENFORCE THE CLAIM IS COMMENCED WITHIN
           THREE YEARS AFTER THE LAST PUBLICATION DATE OF THE NOTICES
           AUTHORIZED BY STATUTE.



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    Notice of Winding Up for Green Arrow P & M LLC
    The articles of organization for the limited liability company were filed on April 22, 2008.
    Persons with claims against the limited liability company should present them in accordance
    with following procedure:
       A) In order to file a claim with the limited liability company, you must furnish the following:
                    i) Amount of the claim
                    ii) Basis for the claim
                    iii) Documentation of the claim
       B) The claim must be mailed to:
            R. Chiles
            10047 Sand Bluff Hill
            Catawissa, MO 63015

    A claim against the limited liability company will be barred unless a proceeding to enforce the
    claim is commenced within three years after the publication of the notice.
                                     Rule Changes Since Update to
May 15, 2009                                                                                                                            MISSOURI
Vol. 34, No. 10                        Code of State Regulations                                                                        REGISTER


This cumulative table gives you the latest status of rules. It contains citations of rulemakings adopted or proposed after deadline for the month-
ly Update Service to the Code of State Regulations, citations are to volume and page number in the Missouri Register, except for material in
this issue. The first number in the table cite refers to the volume number or the publication year—30 (2005) and 31 (2006). MoReg refers to
Missouri Register and the numbers refer to a specific Register page, R indicates a rescission, W indicates a withdrawal, S indicates a state-
ment of actual cost, T indicates an order terminating a rule, N.A. indicates not applicable, RAN indicates a rule action notice, RUC indicates
a rule under consideration, and F indicates future effective date.
Rule Number           Agency                                          Emergency        Proposed             Order                  In Addition
                      OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION
1 CSR 10              State Officials’ Salary Compensation Schedule                                                                30 MoReg 2435

                      DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
2   CSR   30-10.010   Animal Health                                                    This Issue
2   CSR   70-11.050   Plant Industries                                33 MoReg 1795    34 MoReg 183
2   CSR   90-10       Weights and Measures                                                                                         33 MoReg 1193
2   CSR   100-2.020   Missouri Agricultural and Small Business
                       Development Authority                                           34 MoReg 592
2 CSR 100-2.030       Missouri Agricultural and Small Business
                       Development Authority                                           34 MoReg 592
2 CSR 100-2.040       Missouri Agricultural and Small Business
                       Development Authority                                           34 MoReg 593
2 CSR 100-10.010      Missouri Agricultural and Small Business
                       Development Authority                                           34 MoReg 595

                      DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION
3   CSR   10-5.205    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2095    34   MoReg   1123
3   CSR   10-5.215    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2097    34   MoReg   1123
3   CSR   10-5.220    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2097    34   MoReg   1123
3   CSR   10-5.222    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2097    34   MoReg   1124
3   CSR   10-5.225    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2098    34   MoReg   1124
3   CSR   10-5.310    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2100    34   MoReg   1124
3   CSR   10-5.320    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2101    34   MoReg   1125
3   CSR   10-5.375    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   831R
3   CSR   10-5.420    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2122R   34   MoReg   1125R
3   CSR   10-5.430    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2124    34   MoReg   1125
3   CSR   10-5.436    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2128    34   MoReg   1125
3   CSR   10-5.540    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2134    34   MoReg   1125
3   CSR   10-5.545    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2136    34   MoReg   1126
3   CSR   10-5.551    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2138    34   MoReg   1126
3   CSR   10-5.552    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2140    34   MoReg   1126
3   CSR   10-5.554    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2142    34   MoReg   1126
3   CSR   10-5.559    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2144    34   MoReg   1127
3   CSR   10-5.560    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2146    34   MoReg   1127
3   CSR   10-5.565    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2148    34   MoReg   1127
3   CSR   10-5.567    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2150    34   MoReg   1127
3   CSR   10-5.570    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2152    34   MoReg   1127
3   CSR   10-5.576    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2154R   34   MoReg   1128R
3   CSR   10-5.579    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2156R   34   MoReg   1128R
3   CSR   10-5.580    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2158R   34   MoReg   1128R
3   CSR   10-6.550    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   831
3   CSR   10-7.410    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   831
3   CSR   10-7.425    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   832
3   CSR   10-7.455    Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2165    34 MoReg 1128          34 MoReg 241
3   CSR   10-8.510    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   832
3   CSR   10-8.515    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   832
3   CSR   10-9.110    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   834
3   CSR   10-9.353    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   834
3   CSR   10-9.442    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   835
3   CSR   10-9.565    Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   836
3   CSR   10-10.722   Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2173    34   MoReg   1129
3   CSR   10-10.724   Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2174    34   MoReg   1129
3   CSR   10-10.725   Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2176    34   MoReg   1129
3   CSR   10-10.726   Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2176    34   MoReg   1129
3   CSR   10-10.727   Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2176    34   MoReg   1129
3   CSR   10-10.728   Conservation Commission                                          33   MoReg   2177    34   MoReg   1130
3   CSR   10-11.110   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   837
3   CSR   10-11.155   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   837
3   CSR   10-11.160   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   837
3   CSR   10-11.180   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   838
3   CSR   10-11.186   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   838
3   CSR   10-12.110   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   838
3   CSR   10-12.115   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   839
3   CSR   10-12.125   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   840
3   CSR   10-12.135   Conservation Commission                                          34   MoReg   840
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Rule Number            Agency                                     Emergency   Proposed             Order                   In Addition
3 CSR 10-12.140        Conservation Commission                                34 MoReg 841
3 CSR 10-12.145        Conservation Commission                                34 MoReg 841
3 CSR 10-20.805        Conservation Commission                                33 MoReg 2191        34 MoReg 1130

                       DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
4 CSR 240-2.020        Public Service Commission                              This IssueR
4 CSR 240-3.162        Public Service Commission                              34 MoReg 187                             34 MoReg 240RAN
                                                                              34 MoReg 595
4   CSR   240-3.240    Public   Service   Commission                          34 MoReg 842R
4   CSR   240-3.330    Public   Service   Commission                          34 MoReg 842R
4   CSR   240-3.440    Public   Service   Commission                          34 MoReg 843R
4   CSR   240-3.635    Public   Service   Commission                          34 MoReg 843R
4   CSR   240-20.065   Public   Service   Commission                          34 MoReg 659
4   CSR   240-20.091   Public   Service   Commission                          34 MoReg 196                             34 MoReg 240RAN
                                                                              34 MoReg 605
4 CSR 240-126.010      Public Service Commission                              This Issue
4 CSR 240-126.020      Public Service Commission                              This Issue

                       DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
5 CSR 30-4.030         Division of Administrative and Financial Services This IssueR
                                                                         This Issue
5   CSR   30-261.025   Division of Administrative and Financial Services 33 MoReg 1946             34 MoReg 727
5   CSR   30-640.100   Division of Administrative and Financial Services 34 MoReg 113
5   CSR   80-800.200   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 368
5   CSR   80-800.220   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 368
5   CSR   80-800.230   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 369
5   CSR   80-800.260   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 369
5   CSR   80-800.270   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 370
5   CSR   80-800.280   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 370
5   CSR   80-800.350   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 370
5   CSR   80-800.360   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 372
5   CSR   80-800.380   Teacher Quality and Urban Education               34 MoReg 372

                       DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION
6   CSR   10-2.010     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   115R    34 MoReg 1131R
6   CSR   10-2.020     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   115R    34 MoReg 1131R
6   CSR   10-2.080     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   115     34 MoReg 1131
6   CSR   10-2.100     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   660
6   CSR   10-2.120     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   662
6   CSR   10-2.130     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   665
6   CSR   10-2.140     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   119     34   MoReg   1131
6   CSR   10-2.150     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   121     34   MoReg   1132
6   CSR   10-2.160     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   122     34   MoReg   1132
6   CSR   10-2.170     Commissioner of Higher Education                       34   MoReg   124     34   MoReg   1132

                       DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
7   CSR   10-23.010    Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission        33 MoReg 2426        This Issue
7   CSR   10-23.020    Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission        33 MoReg 2427        This Issue
7   CSR   10-23.030    Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission        33 MoReg 2428        This Issue
7   CSR   10-25.010    Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission                                                    34 MoReg 796

                       DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
8   CSR   60-1.010     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   763
8   CSR   60-2.065     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   763
8   CSR   60-2.130     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   764
8   CSR   60-2.150     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   765
8   CSR   60-2.200     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   765
8   CSR   60-2.210     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   765
8   CSR   60-4.015     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   766
8   CSR   60-4.020     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   766
8   CSR   60-4.030     Missouri Commission on Human Rights                    34   MoReg   766

                       DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH
9 CSR 10-5.200         Director, Department of Mental Health                  34 MoReg 12          34 MoReg 774
9 CSR 10-5.230         Director, Department of Mental Health                  34 MoReg 14          34 MoReg 774

                       DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
10   CSR   10-5.290    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   1805R   34 MoReg 774R
10   CSR   10-5.381    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   1946    34 MoReg 775
10   CSR   10-5.570    Air Conservation Commission                            34   MoReg   199
10   CSR   10-6.045    Air Conservation Commission                            34   MoReg   205
10   CSR   10-6.060    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   2192
10   CSR   10-6.061    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   1960    34 MoReg 780
10   CSR   10-6.100    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   2204
10   CSR   10-6.120    Air Conservation Commission                            34   MoReg   206
10   CSR   10-6.260    Air Conservation Commission                            34   MoReg   208
10   CSR   10-6.320    Air Conservation Commission                            34   MoReg   212R
10   CSR   10-6.350    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   2315
10   CSR   10-6.360    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   2316
10   CSR   10-6.400    Air Conservation Commission                            33   MoReg   1870    34 MoReg 781
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10                                       Missouri Register                                      Page 1247
Rule Number            Agency                               Emergency       Proposed            Order        In Addition
10   CSR   10-6.410    Air Conservation Commission                          33   MoReg   2206
10   CSR   20-4.061    Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   767
10   CSR   20-6.010    Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   772
10   CSR   20-6.200    Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   377
10   CSR   20-7.031    Clean Water Commission               33 MoReg 2415   34   MoReg   379
10   CSR   20-7.050    Clean Water Commission               33 MoReg 1855   33   MoReg   1870   This Issue
10   CSR   20-10.010   Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   843
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.010)
10 CSR 20-10.011       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 845
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.011)
10 CSR 20-10.012       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 845
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.012)
10 CSR 20-10.020       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 847
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.020)
10 CSR 20-10.021       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 849
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.021)
10 CSR 20-10.022       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 849
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.022)
10 CSR 20-10.030       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 850
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.030)
10 CSR 20-10.031       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 851
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.031)
10 CSR 20-10.032       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 851
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.032)
10 CSR 20-10.033       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 851
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.033)
10 CSR 20-10.034       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 852
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.034)
10 CSR 20-10.040       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 853
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.040)
10 CSR 20-10.041       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 854
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.041)
10 CSR 20-10.042       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 854
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.042)
10 CSR 20-10.043       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 855
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.043)
10 CSR 20-10.044       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 857
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.044)
10 CSR 20-10.045       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 857
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.045)
10 CSR 20-10.050       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 858
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.050)
10 CSR 20-10.051       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 862
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.051)
10 CSR 20-10.052       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 862
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.052)
10 CSR 20-10.053       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 863
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.053)
10 CSR 20-10.060       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 866
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.070)
10 CSR 20-10.061       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 866
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.071)
10 CSR 20-10.062       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 871
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.072)
10 CSR 20-10.063       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 877
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.073)
10 CSR 20-10.064       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 877
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.074)
10   CSR   20-10.065   Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   884R
10   CSR   20-10.066   Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   884R
10   CSR   20-10.067   Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   884R
10   CSR   20-10.068   Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   885R
10   CSR   20-10.070   Clean Water Commission                               34   MoReg   885
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.060)
10 CSR 20-10.071       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 885
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.061)
10 CSR 20-10.072       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 886
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.062)
10 CSR 20-10.073       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 890
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.063)
10 CSR 20-10.074       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 890
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-2.064)
10 CSR 20-11.090       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 890
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.090)
10 CSR 20-11.091       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 891
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.091)
10 CSR 20-11.092       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 891
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.092)
10 CSR 20-11.093       Clean Water Commission                               34 MoReg 892
                       (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.093)
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Rule Number            Agency                                        Emergency   Proposed            Order                  In Addition
10 CSR 20-11.094       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 892
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.094)
10 CSR 20-11.095       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 896
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.095)
10 CSR 20-11.096       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 897
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.096)
10 CSR 20-11.097       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 900
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.097)
10 CSR 20-11.098       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 903
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.098)
10 CSR 20-11.099       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 906
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.099)
10 CSR 20-11.101       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 908
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.101)
10 CSR 20-11.102       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 908
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.102)
10 CSR 20-11.103       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 909
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.103)
10 CSR 20-11.104       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 914
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.104)
10 CSR 20-11.105       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 914
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.105)
10 CSR 20-11.106       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 915
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.106)
10 CSR 20-11.107       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 915
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.107)
10 CSR 20-11.108       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 918
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.108)
10 CSR 20-11.109       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 920
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.109)
10 CSR 20-11.110       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 920
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.110)
10 CSR 20-11.111       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 921
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.111)
10 CSR 20-11.112       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 921
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.112)
10 CSR 20-11.113       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 925
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.113)
10 CSR 20-11.114       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 928
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.114)
10 CSR 20-11.115       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 935
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-3.115)
10 CSR 20-13.080       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 937
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-4.080)
10 CSR 20-15.010       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 937
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-5.010)
10 CSR 20-15.020       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 938
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-5.020)
10 CSR 20-15.030       Clean Water Commission                                    34 MoReg 938
                        (Changed to 10 CSR 26-5.030)
10   CSR   23-2.010    Division of Geology and Land Survey                                                                 This Issue
10   CSR   25-3.260    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2207   34   MoReg   1132
10   CSR   25-4.261    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2209   34   MoReg   1132
10   CSR   25-5.262    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2210   34   MoReg   1132
10   CSR   25-6.263    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2214   34   MoReg   1134
10   CSR   25-7.264    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2215   34   MoReg   1134
10   CSR   25-7.265    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2219   34   MoReg   1134
10   CSR   25-7.266    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2222   34   MoReg   1134
10   CSR   25-7.268    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2223   34   MoReg   1134
10   CSR   25-7.270    Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2223   34   MoReg   1135
10   CSR   25-11.279   Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2225   34   MoReg   1135
10   CSR   25-12.010   Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2226   34   MoReg   1135
10   CSR   25-13.010   Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2228   34   MoReg   1135
10   CSR   25-16.273   Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     33   MoReg   2230   34   MoReg   1135
10   CSR   25-18.010   Hazardous Waste Management Commission                     34   MoReg   527
10   CSR   26-1.010    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   939
10   CSR   26-2.010    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   843
                        (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.010)
10 CSR 26-2.011        Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34 MoReg 845
                        (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.011)
10 CSR 26-2.012        Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34 MoReg 845
                        (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.012)
10 CSR 26-2.020        Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34 MoReg 847
                        (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.020)
10 CSR 26-2.021        Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34 MoReg 849
                        (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.021)
10 CSR 26-2.022        Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34 MoReg 849
                        (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.022)
10 CSR 26-2.030        Petroleum and Hazardous Substance Storage   Tanks         34 MoReg 850
                        (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.030)
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Vol. 34, No. 10                                      Missouri Register                                        Page 1249
Rule Number           Agency                                          Emergency   Proposed            Order   In Addition
10 CSR 26-2.031       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 851
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.031)
10 CSR 26-2.032       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 851
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.032)
10 CSR 26-2.033       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 851
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.033)
10 CSR 26-2.034       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 852
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.034)
10 CSR 26-2.040       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 853
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.040)
10 CSR 26-2.041       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 854
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.041)
10 CSR 26-2.042       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 854
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.042)
10 CSR 26-2.043       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 855
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.043)
10 CSR 26-2.044       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 857
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.044)
10 CSR 26-2.045       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 857
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.045)
10 CSR 26-2.050       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 858
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.050)
10 CSR 26-2.051       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 862
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.051)
10 CSR 26-2.052       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 862
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.052)
10 CSR 26-2.053       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 863
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.053)
10 CSR 26-2.060       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 885
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.070)
10 CSR 26-2.061       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 885
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.071)
10 CSR 26-2.062       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 886
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.072)
10 CSR 26-2.063       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 890
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.073)
10 CSR 26-2.064       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 890
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.074)
10 CSR 26-2.070       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 866
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.060)
10 CSR 26-2.071       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 866
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.061)
10 CSR 26-2.072       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 871
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.062)
10 CSR 26-2.073       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 877
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.063)
10 CSR 26-2.074       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 877
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-10.064)
10   CSR   26-2.075   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   939
10   CSR   26-2.076   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   956
10   CSR   26-2.077   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   968
10   CSR   26-2.078   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   978
10   CSR   26-2.079   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   991
10   CSR   26-2.080   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   1004
10   CSR   26-2.081   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   1009
10   CSR   26-2.082   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   1020
10   CSR   26-3.090   Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage   Tanks         34   MoReg   890
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.090)
10 CSR 26-3.091       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 891
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.091)
10 CSR 26-3.092       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 891
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.092)
10 CSR 26-3.093       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 892
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.093)
10 CSR 26-3.094       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 892
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.094)
10 CSR 26-3.095       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 896
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.095)
10 CSR 26-3.096       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 897
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.096)
10 CSR 26-3.097       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 900
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.097)
10 CSR 26-3.098       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 903
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.098)
10 CSR 26-3.099       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 906
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.099)
10 CSR 26-3.101       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 908
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.101)
10 CSR 26-3.102       Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks           34 MoReg 908
                       (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.102)
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Rule Number        Agency                                        Emergency      Proposed            Order           In Addition
10 CSR 26-3.103    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 909
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.103)
10 CSR 26-3.104    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 914
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.104)
10 CSR 26-3.105    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 914
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.105)
10 CSR 26-3.106    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 915
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.106)
10 CSR 26-3.107    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 915
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.107)
10 CSR 26-3.108    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 918
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.108)
10 CSR 26-3.109    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 920
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.109)
10 CSR 26-3.110    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 920
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.110)
10 CSR 26-3.111    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 921
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.111)
10 CSR 26-3.112    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 921
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.112)
10 CSR 26-3.113    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 925
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.113)
10 CSR 26-3.114    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 928
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.114)
10 CSR 26-3.115    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 935
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-11.115)
10 CSR 26-4.080    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 937
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-13.080)
10 CSR 26-5.010    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 937
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-15.010)
10 CSR 26-5.020    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 938
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-15.020)
10 CSR 26-5.030    Petroleum and Hazardous Substance   Storage Tanks            34 MoReg 938
                    (Changed from 10 CSR 20-15.030)
10 CSR 60-2.015    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   1964
                                                                                34   MoReg   667
10 CSR 60-4.052    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   1967
                                                                                34   MoReg   671
10 CSR 60-4.090    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   1991
                                                                                34   MoReg   695
10 CSR 60-4.092    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   1996
                                                                                34   MoReg   701
10 CSR 60-4.094    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   1996
                                                                                34   MoReg   701
10 CSR 60-5.010    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   2006
                                                                                34   MoReg   711
10 CSR 60-7.010    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   2006
                                                                                34   MoReg   711
10 CSR 60-8.010    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   2010
                                                                                34   MoReg   715
10 CSR 60-8.030    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   2014
                                                                                34   MoReg   719
10 CSR 60-9.010    Safe Drinking Water Commission                               33   MoReg   2018
                                                                                34   MoReg   723
10 CSR 70-9.010    Soil and Water Districts Commission                          33   MoReg   1722
10 CSR 100-4.020   Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund Board
                    of Trustees                                                 This Issue
10 CSR 140-2       Division of Energy                                                                             33 MoReg 1103
                                                                                                                  33 MoReg 1193

                   DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
11 CSR 40-2.025    Division of Fire Safety                       34 MoReg 175   34 MoReg 212        This Issue
11 CSR 45-49       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-1)
11 CSR 45-50       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-10)
11 CSR 45-51       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-11)
11 CSR 45-52       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-12)
11 CSR 45-53       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-13)
11 CSR 45-55       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-15)
11 CSR 45-59       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-19)
11 CSR 45-60       Missouri Gaming Commission                                                                      This Issue
                   (Changed from 12 CSR 50-20)
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Rule Number            Agency                               Emergency       Proposed            Order           In Addition

11 CSR 45-61           Missouri Gaming Commission                                                              This Issue
                        (Changed from 12 CSR 50-30)
11 CSR 45-62           Missouri Gaming Commission                                                              This Issue
                        (Changed from 12 CSR 50-40)
11 CSR 45-65           Missouri Gaming Commission                                                              This Issue
                        (Changed from 12 CSR 50-50)
11 CSR 45-67           Missouri Gaming Commission                                                              This Issue
                        (Changed from 12 CSR 50-60)
11 CSR 45-70           Missouri Gaming Commission                                                              This Issue
                        (Changed from 12 CSR 50-70)
11 CSR 45-80           Missouri Gaming Commission                                                              This Issue
                        (Changed from 12 CSR 50-80)
11 CSR 45-90           Missouri Gaming Commission                                                              This Issue
                        (Changed from 12 CSR 50-90)
11   CSR   80-5.010    Missouri State Water Patrol                          34   MoReg   282
11   CSR   85-1.010    Veterans’ Affairs                                    34   MoReg   284
11   CSR   85-1.015    Veterans’ Affairs                                    34   MoReg   285
11   CSR   85-1.020    Veterans’ Affairs                                    34   MoReg   285
11   CSR   85-1.040    Veterans’ Affairs                                    34   MoReg   286
11   CSR   85-1.050    Veterans’ Affairs                                    34   MoReg   286

                       DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
12   CSR   10-7.320    Director of Revenue                                  34   MoReg   215R
12   CSR   10-16.170   Director of Revenue                                  34   MoReg   215R
12   CSR   10-41.010   Director of Revenue                  33 MoReg 2307   33   MoReg   2326   34 MoReg 727
12   CSR   30-3.010    State Tax Commission                                 33   MoReg   2235   34 MoReg 727
12   CSR   50-1        Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-49)
12 CSR 50-10           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-50)
12 CSR 50-11           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-51)
12 CSR 50-12           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-52)
12 CSR 50-13           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-53)
12 CSR 50-15           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-55)
12 CSR 50-19           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-59)
12 CSR 50-20           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-60)
12 CSR 50-30           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-61)
12 CSR 50-40           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-62)
12 CSR 50-50           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-65)
12 CSR 50-60           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-67)
12 CSR 50-70           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-70)
12 CSR 50-80           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-80)
12 CSR 50-90           Missouri Horse Racing Commission                                                        This Issue
                        (Changed to 11 CSR 45-90)

                       DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
13 CSR 30-3.010        Child Support Enforcement                            34 MoReg 16         This Issue
                        (Changed to 13 CSR 40-3.010)
13 CSR 30-3.020        Child Support Enforcement                            34 MoReg 16         This Issue
                        (Changed to 13 CSR 40-3.020)
13 CSR 40-2.390        Family Support Division              33 MoReg 1941   33 MoReg 2021       34 MoReg 727
13 CSR 40-3.010        Family Support Division                              34 MoReg 16         This Issue
                        (Changed from 13 CSR 30-3.010)
13 CSR 40-3.020        Family Support Division                              34 MoReg 16         This Issue
                        (Changed from 13 CSR 30-3.020)
13   CSR   70-3.180    MO HealthNet Division                                34   MoReg   723
13   CSR   70-3.190    MO HealthNet Division                                34   MoReg   608
13   CSR   70-4.120    MO HealthNet Division                                33   MoReg   440
13   CSR   70-15.200   MO HealthNet Division                                33   MoReg   2430   This Issue
13   CSR   70-30.010   MO HealthNet Division                                33   MoReg   2331   34 MoReg 782
13   CSR   70-60.010   MO HealthNet Division                                34   MoReg   286
13   CSR   70-70.010   MO HealthNet Division                                33   MoReg   2235   34 MoReg 782
13   CSR   70-98.015   MO HealthNet Division                                33   MoReg   2331   34 MoReg 782
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Rule Number              Agency                                         Emergency           Proposed             Order                  In Addition
                         ELECTED OFFICIALS
15   CSR   60-15.010     Attorney General                              34   MoReg    651    34   MoReg   724
15   CSR   60-15.020     Attorney General                              34   MoReg    651    34   MoReg   724
15   CSR   60-15.030     Attorney General                              34   MoReg    652    34   MoReg   725
15   CSR   60-15.040     Attorney General                              34   MoReg    652    34   MoReg   725
15   CSR   60-15.050     Attorney General                              34   MoReg    653    34   MoReg   726

                         RETIREMENT SYSTEMS
16   CSR   50-2.090      The County Employees’ Retirement   Fund                            34   MoReg   215
16   CSR   50-3.010      The County Employees’ Retirement   Fund                            34   MoReg   216
16   CSR   50-10.010     The County Employees’ Retirement   Fund                            34   MoReg   217
16   CSR   50-10.030     The County Employees’ Retirement   Fund                            34   MoReg   217
16   CSR   50-10.050     The County Employees’ Retirement   Fund                            34   MoReg   1024
16   CSR   50-20.020     The County Employees’ Retirement   Fund                            34   MoReg   218
16   CSR   50-20.120     The County Employees’ Retirement   Fund                            34   MoReg   218

                         DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES
19 CSR 20-3.070          Division of Community and Public Health                            33   MoReg   2331R   34 MoReg 728R
                                                                                            33   MoReg   2332    34 MoReg 728
19   CSR   20-3.080      Division of Community and Public Health                            33   MoReg   2337    34 MoReg 728
19   CSR   20-44.010     Division of Community and Public Health                            34   MoReg   288
19   CSR   30-20.096     Division of Regulation and Licensure                               33   MoReg   2343    34 MoReg 1136
19   CSR   30-26.010     Division of Regulation and Licensure                               33   MoReg   2348    34 MoReg 1136
19   CSR   30-40.342     Division of Regulation and Licensure                               34   MoReg   289
19   CSR   30-40.600     Division of Regulation and Licensure                               34   MoReg   296
19   CSR   30-70.650     Division of Regulation and Licensure                               33   MoReg   2356    34 MoReg 782W
19   CSR   30-85.022     Division of Regulation and Licensure          34 MoReg 5           34   MoReg   17      34 MoReg 783
19   CSR   30-86.022     Division of Regulation and Licensure          34 MoReg 7           34   MoReg   29      34 MoReg 784
19   CSR   40-11.010     Division of Maternal, Child and
                         Family Health                                 34 MoReg 271         34 MoReg 304

                         DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE, FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION
20 CSR                   Construction Claims Binding Arbitration Cap                                                                  32 MoReg 667
                                                                                                                                      33 MoReg 150
                                                                                                                                      33 MoReg 2446
20 CSR                   Medical Malpractice                                                                                          30 MoReg 481
                                                                                                                                      31 MoReg 616
                                                                                                                                      32 MoReg 545
20 CSR                   Sovereign Immunity Limits                                                                                    30 MoReg 108
                                                                                                                                      30 MoReg 2587
                                                                                                                                      31 MoReg 2019
                                                                                                                                      33 MoReg 150
                                                                                                                                      33 MoReg 2446
20 CSR                   State Legal Expense Fund Cap                                                                                 32 MoReg 668
                                                                                                                                      33 MoReg 150
                                                                                                                                      33 MoReg 2446
20   CSR   100-1.060     Insurer Conduct                                                    33   MoReg   1877    34   MoReg   728
20   CSR   100-1.070     Insurer Conduct                                                    33   MoReg   1879    34   MoReg   732
20   CSR   200-1.116     Insurance Solvency and Company Regulation                          33   MoReg   2358    34   MoReg   733
20   CSR   200-12.020    Insurance Solvency and Company Regulation                          33   MoReg   2237    34   MoReg   1137
20   CSR   400-1.170     Life, Annuities and Health                     34 MoReg     175    34   MoReg   219
20   CSR   400-2.200     Life, Annuities and Health                                         34   MoReg   542
20   CSR   500-7.030     Property and Casualty                          33 MoReg     2085   33   MoReg   2238    This Issue
20   CSR   500-7.080     Property and Casualty                          33 MoReg     2085   33   MoReg   2238    This Issue
20   CSR   600-1.030     Statistical Reporting                                              33   MoReg   1882
20   CSR   700-3.200     Insurance Licensing                            34 MoReg     274    34   MoReg   309
20   CSR   2015-1.030    Acupuncturist Advisory Committee               This Issue
20   CSR   2030-2.010    Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers,
                          Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects             This Issue
20 CSR 2030-5.030        Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers,
                          Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects             34 MoReg 45          34 MoReg 1138
20 CSR 2030-11.025       Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers,
                          Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects             This Issue
20 CSR 2030-11.035       Missouri Board for Architects, Professional Engineers,
                          Professional Land Surveyors, and Landscape Architects             This Issue
20   CSR   2085-3.010    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          34 MoReg 1024
20   CSR   2085-5.010    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-6.010    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-7.010    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-7.050    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-8.030    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-8.040    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-8.060    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-9.010    Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-10.010   Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-10.020   Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This Issue
20   CSR   2085-10.060   Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                          This IssueR
                                                                                            This Issue
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Rule Number              Agency                                                            Emergency   Proposed             Order               In Addition

20   CSR   2085-11.020   Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                                     This Issue
20   CSR   2085-12.010   Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                                     This Issue
20   CSR   2085-12.060   Board of Cosmetology and Barber Examiners                                     This Issue
20   CSR   2095-1.060    Committee for Professional Counselors                                         34 MoReg     45R     34   MoReg   792R
                                                                                                       34 MoReg     45      34   MoReg   792
20   CSR   2095-1.062    Committee       for   Professional   Counselors                               34 MoReg     48      34   MoReg   792
20   CSR   2095-1.064    Committee       for   Professional   Counselors                               34 MoReg     52      34   MoReg   792
20   CSR   2095-1.068    Committee       for   Professional   Counselors                               34 MoReg     55      34   MoReg   793
20   CSR   2095-1.070    Committee       for   Professional   Counselors                               34 MoReg     59      34   MoReg   793
20   CSR   2095-2.005    Committee       for   Professional   Counselors                               34 MoReg     63      34   MoReg   793
20   CSR   2095-2.010    Committee       for   Professional   Counselors                               34 MoReg     63R     34   MoReg   793R
                                                                                                       34 MoReg     63      34   MoReg   793
20   CSR   2095-2.020    Committee for Professional Counselors                                         34 MoReg     67      34   MoReg   793
20   CSR   2095-2.021    Committee for Professional Counselors                                         34 MoReg     68      34   MoReg   794
20   CSR   2095-2.030    Committee for Professional Counselors                                         34 MoReg     68      34   MoReg   794
20   CSR   2095-2.065    Committee for Professional Counselors                                         34 MoReg     69      34   MoReg   794
20   CSR   2095-3.010    Committee for Professional Counselors                                         34 MoReg     71      34   MoReg   794
20   CSR   2110-2.010    Missouri Dental Board                                                         34 MoReg     126     34   MoReg   1138
20   CSR   2110-2.030    Missouri Dental Board                                                         34 MoReg     126     34   MoReg   1139
20   CSR   2110-2.050    Missouri Dental Board                                                         34 MoReg     127     34   MoReg   1139
20   CSR   2110-2.090    Missouri Dental Board                                                         34 MoReg     127     34   MoReg   1139
20   CSR   2110-2.130    Missouri Dental Board                                                         34 MoReg     127     34   MoReg   1139
20   CSR   2110-2.132    Missouri Dental Board                                                         34 MoReg     128     34   MoReg   1139
20   CSR   2110-2.240    Missouri Dental Board                                                         34 MoReg     128     34   MoReg   1140
20   CSR   2120-2.070    State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors                                This Issue
20   CSR   2120-2.071    State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors                                This Issue
20   CSR   2145-1.010    Missouri Board of Geologist Registration                                      34 MoReg     219     This Issue
20   CSR   2145-1.040    Missouri Board of Geologist Registration                                      34 MoReg     1028
20   CSR   2150-3.010    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1030
20   CSR   2150-3.020    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1035
20   CSR   2150-3.030    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1037R
                                                                                                       34 MoReg     1037
20 CSR 2150-3.040        State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1040R
                                                                                                       34 MoReg     1040
20 CSR 2150-3.050        State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1044R
                                                                                                       34 MoReg     1044
20   CSR   2150-3.053    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1048
20   CSR   2150-3.055    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1053
20   CSR   2150-3.057    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1058
20   CSR   2150-3.060    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1064R
                                                                                                       34 MoReg     1064
20   CSR   2150-3.063    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1067
20   CSR   2150-3.066    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1073
20   CSR   2150-3.080    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1077
20   CSR   2150-3.085    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1077
20   CSR   2150-3.090    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1082
20   CSR   2150-3.100    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1082
20   CSR   2150-3.110    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1086
20   CSR   2150-3.120    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1086
20   CSR   2150-3.150    State   Board   of    Registration   for   the   Healing   Arts               34 MoReg     1087R
                                                                                                       34 MoReg     1087
20   CSR   2150-3.153    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1092
20   CSR   2150-3.160    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1097
20   CSR   2150-3.163    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1097
20   CSR   2150-3.165    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1102
20   CSR   2150-3.170    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1108
20   CSR   2150-3.180    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1108
20   CSR   2150-3.201    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     1112
20   CSR   2150-5.020    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              34 MoReg     128
20   CSR   2150-7.135    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              This Issue
20   CSR   2150-7.136    State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts                              This Issue
20   CSR   2165-2.010    Board of Examiners for Hearing Instrument Specialists                         34 MoReg     220
20   CSR   2165-2.030    Board of Examiners for Hearing Instrument Specialists                         34 MoReg     224
20   CSR   2165-2.040    Board of Examiners for Hearing Instrument Specialists                         34 MoReg     225
20   CSR   2200-4.010    State Board of Nursing                                                        34 MoReg     1112
20   CSR   2205-1.050    Missouri Board of Occupational Therapy           This Issue
20   CSR   2235-1.015    State Committee of Psychologists                                              This Issue
20   CSR   2235-1.045    State Committee of Psychologists                                              34 MoReg 225         This Issue
20   CSR   2235-2.060    State Committee of Psychologists                                              34 MoReg 225         This Issue
20   CSR   2235-2.070    State Committee of Psychologists                                              This Issue
20   CSR   2235-2.080    State Committee of Psychologists                                              This Issue
20   CSR   2245-5.020    Real Estate Appraisers                                                        34 MoReg 1117
20   CSR   2250-4.040    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
20   CSR   2250-4.050    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
20   CSR   2250-4.070    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
20   CSR   2250-4.075    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
20   CSR   2250-8.030    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
20   CSR   2250-8.090    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
20   CSR   2250-8.095    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
20   CSR   2250-8.096    Missouri Real Estate Commission                                               This Issue
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20 CSR 2250-8.097        Missouri Real Estate Commission                          This   Issue
20 CSR 2250-8.155        Missouri Real Estate Commission                          This   IssueR
                                                                                  This   Issue
20   CSR   2250-8.200    Missouri Real Estate Commission                          This   Issue
20   CSR   2250-8.220    Missouri Real Estate Commission                          This   Issue
20   CSR   2250-10.100   Missouri Real Estate Commission                          This   Issue
20   CSR   2267-2.020    Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing, and
                         Branding                                  This Issue
20 CSR 2267-2.030        Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing, and
                         Branding                                                 34 MoReg 226        This Issue
20 CSR 2267-2.031        Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing, and
                         Branding                                                 34 MoReg     228    This Issue
20   CSR   2270-1.021    Missouri Veterinary Medical Board         34 MoReg 823   34 MoReg     1121
20   CSR   2270-2.031    Missouri Veterinary Medical Board                        34 MoReg     71     34 MoReg 794
20   CSR   2270-2.041    Missouri Veterinary Medical Board                        34 MoReg     71     34 MoReg 795
20   CSR   2270-3.020    Missouri Veterinary Medical Board                        This Issue

                         MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH CARE PLAN
22   CSR   10-2.050      Health Care Plan               34 MoReg 176              34   MoReg   232    This   Issue
22   CSR   10-2.053      Health Care Plan               34 MoReg 177              34   MoReg   232    This   Issue
22   CSR   10-2.060      Health Care Plan               34 MoReg 178              34   MoReg   233    This   Issue
22   CSR   10-2.075      Health Care Plan               34 MoReg 178              34   MoReg   233    This   Issue
22   CSR   10-3.030      Health Care Plan               34 MoReg 179              34   MoReg   234    This   Issue
22   CSR   10-3.075      Health Care Plan               34 MoReg 179              34   MoReg   235    This   Issue
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                                   Emergency Rule Table                                                                                                     MISSOURI
                                                                                                                                                            REGISTER



Agency                                                                                            Publication               Effective                Expiration
Department of Natural Resources
Clean Water Commission
10 CSR 20-7.031  Water Quality Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 MoReg 2415 . . .Nov. 22, 2008 . . . . .May 20, 2009
10 CSR 20-7.050 Methodology for Development of Impaired Waters List . . . .33 MoReg 1855 . . . . .Jan. 2, 2009 . . . . .June 30, 2009

Department of Public Safety
Division of Fire Safety
11 CSR 40-2.025 Installation Permits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 MoReg 175 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009

Department of Revenue
Director of Revenue
12 CSR 10-41.010 Annual Adjusted Rate of Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 MoReg 2307 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009

Elected Officials
Attorney General
15 CSR 60-15.010       Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34    MoReg   651   . . .March   12,   2009   . . . . .Sept.   7,   2009
15 CSR 60-15.020       Form of Affidavit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34      MoReg   651   . . .March   12,   2009   . . . . .Sept.   7,   2009
15 CSR 60-15.030       Complaints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34     MoReg   652   . . .March   12,   2009   . . . . .Sept.   7,   2009
15 CSR 60-15.040       Investigation of Complaints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34        MoReg   652   . . .March   12,   2009   . . . . .Sept.   7,   2009
15 CSR 60-15.050       Notification by Federal Government that
                        Individual Is Not Authorized to Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34              MoReg 653 . . .March 12, 2009 . . . . .Sept. 7, 2009

Department of Health and Senior Services
Division of Regulation and Licensure
19 CSR 30-85.022 Fire Safety Standards for New and Existing Intermediate
                    Care and Skilled Nursing Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 MoReg 5 . . . . . . .Dec. 4, 2008 . . . . .June 1, 2009
19 CSR 30-86.022 Fire Safety Standards for Residential Care Facilities and
                    Assisted Living Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 MoReg 7 . . . . . . .Dec. 4, 2008 . . . . .June 1, 2009
Division of Maternal, Child and Family Health
19 CSR 40-11.010 Payments for Vision Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 MoReg 271 . . . . .Jan. 19, 2009 . . . . .July 17, 2009

Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration
Life, Annuities, and Health
20 CSR 400-1.170 Recognition of Preferred Mortality Tables in Determining
                     Minimum Reserve Liabilities and Nonforfeiture Benefits . . .34 MoReg                       175 . . . .Dec. 31, 2008 . . . . .June 28, 2009
Property and Casualty
20 CSR 500-7.030 General Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 MoReg               2085 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009
20 CSR 500-7.080 Insurer’s Annual On-site Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33 MoReg                    2085 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009
Insurance Licensing
20 CSR 700-3.200 Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 MoReg                 274 . . . . .Jan. 18, 2009 . . . . .July 16, 2009
Acupuncturist Advisory Committee
20 CSR 2015-1.030 Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .This Issue        . . . . . . .April 19, 2009 . . . . .Jan. 27, 2010
Missouri Board of Occupational Therapy
20 CSR 2205-1.050 Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .This Issue        . . . . . . .April 17, 2009 . . . . .Jan. 27, 2010
Office of Tattooing, Body Piercing, and Branding
20 CSR 2267-2.020 Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .This Issue        . . . . . . .April 17, 2009 . . . . .Jan. 27, 2010
Missouri Veterinary Medical Board
20 CSR 2270-1.021 Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 MoReg          823 . . . . .April 2, 2009 . . . . .Jan. 12, 2010

Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
Health Care Plan
22 CSR 10-2.050        PPO and Co-Pay Benefit Provisions and Covered Charges . .34                      MoReg 176 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009
22 CSR 10-2.053        High Deductible Health Plan Benefit Provisions
                       and Covered Charges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34        MoReg 177 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009
22 CSR 10-2.060        PPO, HDHP, and Co-Pay Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34                MoReg 178 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009
22 CSR 10-2.075        Review and Appeals Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34             MoReg 178 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009
22 CSR 10-3.030        Public Entity Membership Agreement and Participation
                       Period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34   MoReg 179 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009
22 CSR 10-3.075        Review and Appeals Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34             MoReg 179 . . . . .Jan. 1, 2009 . . . . .June 29, 2009


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Executive
Orders                     Subject Matter                                                      Filed Date            Publication
                                                                  2009
09-18       Orders that all state agencies whose building management falls under the
             direction of the Office of Administration shall institute policies that will result
             in reductions of energy consumption of two percent per year for each of the
             next ten years                                                                      April 23, 2009      Next Issue
09-17       Creates the Transform Missouri Project as well as the Taxpayer Accountability,
             Compliance, and Transparency Unit, and rescinds Executive Order 09-12               March 31, 2009      34 MoReg 828
09-16       Directs the Department of Corrections to lead a permanent, interagency
             steering team for the Missouri Reentry Process                                      March 26, 2009      34 MoReg 826
09-15       Expands the Missouri Automotive Jobs Task Force to consist of 18 members March 24, 2009                  34 MoReg 824
09-14       Designates members of the governor’s staff as having supervisory authority
             over departments, divisions, or agencies                                            March 5, 2009       34 MoReg 761
09-13       Extends Executive Order 09-04 and Executive Order 09-07 through
             March 31, 2009                                                                      February 25, 2009   34 MoReg 657
09-12       Creates and establishes the Transform Missouri Initiative                            February 20, 2009   34 MoReg 655
09-11       Orders the Department of Health and Senior Services and the Department
             of Social Services to transfer the Blindness Education, Screening and
             Treatment Program (BEST) to the Department of Social Services                       February 4, 2009    34 MoReg 590
09-10       Orders the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
             and the Department of Economic Development to transfer the
             Missouri Customized Training Program to the Department of
             Economic Development                                                                February 4, 2009    34 MoReg 588
09-09       Transfers the various scholarship programs under the Departments of
             Agriculture, Elementary and Secondary Education, Higher Education,
             and Natural Resources to the Department of Higher Education                         February 4, 2009    34 MoReg 585
09-08       Designates members of the governor’s staff as having supervisory authority
             over departments, divisions, or agencies                                            February 2, 2009    34 MoReg 366
09-07       Gives the director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources
             the authority to temporarily suspend regulations in the aftermath of severe
             weather that began on January 26                                                    January 30, 2009    34 MoReg 364
09-06       Activates the state militia in response to the aftermath of severe storms that
             began on January 26                                                                 January 28, 2009    34 MoReg 362
09-05       Establishes a Complete Count Committee for the 2010 Census                           January 27, 2009    34 MoReg 359
09-04       Declares a state of emergency and activates the Missouri State Emergency
             Operations Plan                                                                     January 26, 2009    34 MoReg 357
09-03       Directs the Missouri Department of Economic Development, working with
             the Missouri Development Finance Board, to create a pool of funds designated
             for low-interest and no-interest direct loans for small business                    January 13, 2009    34 MoReg 281
09-02       Creates the Economic Stimulus Coordination Council                                   January 13, 2009    34 MoReg 279
09-01       Creates the Missouri Automotive Jobs Task Force                                      January 13, 2009    34 MoReg 277

                                                                2008
08-41       Extends Executive Order 07-31 until January 12, 2009                           January 9, 2009           34 MoReg 275
08-40       Extends Executive Order 07-01 until January 1, 2010                            December 17, 2008         34 MoReg 181
08-39       Closes state offices in Cole County on Monday, January 12, 2009                December 3, 2008          34 MoReg 11
08-38       Amends Executive Order 03-17 to revise the composition of the committee
             to include the Divisional Commander of the Midland Division of the
             Salvation Army or his or her designee                                         November 25, 2008         34 MoReg 10
08-37       Orders the Department of Natural Resources to develop a voluntary certification
             program to identify environmentally responsible practices in Missouri’s lodging
             industries                                                                    November 13, 2008         33 MoReg 2424
08-36       Orders the departments and agencies of the Executive Branch of Missouri state
             government to adopt a Pandemic Flu Share Leave Program                        October 23, 2008          33 MoReg 2313
08-35       Creates the Division of Developmental Disabilities and abolishes the Division
             of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities within the Department
             of Mental Health                                                              October 16, 2008          33 MoReg 2311


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Executive
Orders                          Subject Matter                                                  Filed Date              Publication
 08-34            Establishes the Complete Count Committee to ensure an accurate count of
                   Missouri citizens during the 2010 Census                                     October 21, 2008        33 MoReg 2309
 08-33            Advises that state offices will be closed on Friday, December 26, 2008        October 29, 2008        33 MoReg 2308
 08-32            Advises that state offices will be closed on Friday, November 28, 2008        October 2, 2008         33 MoReg 2088

 08-31            Declares that a state of emergency exists in the state of Missouri and directs
                   that the Missouri State Emergency Operations Plan be activated                  September 15, 2008   33 MoReg 1863
 08-30            Directs the Adjutant General call and order into active service such portions of
                   the organized militia as he deems necessary to aid the executive officials of
                   Missouri, to protect life and property, and to support civilian authorities     September 15, 2008   33 MoReg 1861
 08-29            Transfers the Breath Alcohol Program back to the Department of Health and
                   Senior Services from the Department of Transportation by Type I transfer        September 12, 2008   33 MoReg 1859
 08-28            Orders and directs the Adjutant General of the state of Missouri, or his
                   designee, to call and order forthwith into active service such portions of the
                   organized militia as he deems necessary to aid the executive officials of
                   Missouri to protect life and property                                           August 30, 2008      33 MoReg 1801
 08-27            Declares that Missouri will implement the Emergency Management
                   Assistance Compact with Louisiana in evacuating disaster victims
                   associated with Hurricane Gustav from that state to the state of Missouri       August 30, 2008      33 MoReg 1799
 08-26            Extends the order contained in Executive Orders 08-21, 08-23, and 08-25          August 29, 2008      33 MoReg 1797
 08-25            Extends the order contained in Executive Orders 08-21 and 08-23                  July 28, 2008        33 MoReg 1658
 08-24            Extends the declaration of emergency contained in Executive Order 08-20
                    and the terms of Executive Order 08-19                                         July 11, 2008        33 MoReg 1546
 08-23            Extends the declaration of emergency contained in Executive Order 08-21          July 11, 2008        33 MoReg 1545
 08-22            Designates members of staff with supervisory authority over selected state
                   agencies                                                                        July 3, 2008         33 MoReg 1543
 08-21            Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to temporarily waive or
                    suspend rules during the period of the emergency                               June 20, 2008        33 MoReg 1389
 08-20            Declares a state of emergency exists and directs the Missouri State Emergency
                   Operations Plan be activated                                                    June 11, 2008        33 MoReg 1331
 08-19            Orders and directs the Adjutant General of the state of Missouri, or his
                   designee, to call and order forthwith into active service such portions of the
                   organized militia as he deems necessary to aid the executive officials of
                   Missouri to protect life and property                                           June 11, 2008        33 MoReg 1329
 08-18            Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to temporarily waive or
                    suspend rules during the period of the emergency                               May 13, 2008         33 MoReg 1131
 08-17            Extends the declaration of emergency contained in Executive Order 08-14
                    and the terms of Executive Order 08-15                                         April 29, 2008       33 MoReg 1071
 08-15            Calls organized militia into active service                                      April 1, 2008        33 MoReg 905
 08-14            Declares a state of emergency exists and directs the Missouri State Emergency
                   Operations Plan be activated                                                    April 1, 2008        33 MoReg 903
 08-13            Expands the number of state employees allowed to participate in the Missouri
                   Mentor Initiative                                                               March 27, 2008       33 MoReg 901
 08-12            Authorizes the Department of Natural Resources to temporarily waive or
                    suspend rules during the period of the emergency                               March 21, 2008       33 MoReg 899
 08-11            Calls organized militia into active service                                      March 18, 2008       33 MoReg 897
 08-10            Declares a state of emergency exists and directs the Missouri State Emergency
                   Operations Plan be activated                                                    March 18, 2008       33 MoReg 895
 08-09            Establishes the Missouri Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission                   March 6, 2008        33 MoReg 783
 08-08            Gives Department of Natural Resources authority to suspend regulations in
                   the aftermath of severe weather that began on February 10, 2008                 February 20, 2008    33 MoReg 715
 08-07            Declares that a state of emergency exists in the state of Missouri.              February 12, 2008    33 MoReg 625
 08-06            Orders and directs the Adjutant General of the state of Missouri, or his
                   designee, to call and order forthwith into active service such portions of the
                   organized militia as he deems necessary to aid the executive officials of
                   Missouri to protect life and property                                           February 12, 2008    33 MoReg 623
 08-05            Extends Executive Orders, 07-34, 07-36 and 07-39 through March 15, 2008
                    for the purpose of continuing the cleanup efforts in affected communities      February 11, 2008    33 MoReg 621
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Executive
Orders                    Subject Matter                                                 Filed Date         Publication
08-04       Transfers authority of the sexual assault evidentiary kit and exam payment
              program from the Department of Health and Senior Services to Department
              of Public Safety by Type 1 transfer                                      February 6, 2008     33 MoReg 619
08-03       Activates the state militia in response to the aftermath of severe storms
             that began on January 7, 2008                                             January 11, 2008     33 MoReg 405

08-02       Activates the Missouri State Emergency Operations Plan in the aftermath of
             severe weather that began on January 7, 2008                                January 11, 2008   33 MoReg 403
08-01       Establishes the post of Missouri Poet Laureate                               January 8, 2008    33 MoReg 401
May 15, 2009
Vol. 34, No. 10
                                                             Index                                                                  MISSOURI
                                                                                                                                    REGISTER

                         The rule number and the MoReg publication date follow each entry to this index.

ACUPUNCTURIST ADVISORY COMMITTEE                                         BIODIESEL PRODUCER INCENTIVE PROGRAM
fees; 20 CSR 2015-1.030; 5/15/09                                         Missouri qualified; 2 CSR 110-2.010; 10/1/07

AGRICULTURE                                                              CERTIFICATE OF NEED PROGRAM
agricultural and small business development program                      application review schedule; 19 CSR 60-50; 4/1/09, 4/15/09
     applicant eligibility requirements; 2 CSR 100-2.020; 3/16/09
     description of operation, definitions, and method of distribu-      CLEAN WATER COMMISSION
               tion and repayment of tax credits; 2 CSR 100-10.010;      construction and operating permits; 10 CSR 20-6.010; 4/15/09
               3/16/09                                                   impaired waters list; 10 CSR 20-7.050; 10/15/08, 5/15/09
     fees; 2 CSR 100-2.040; 3/16/09                                      storm water grant and loan program; 10 CSR 20-4.061; 4/15/09
     time and manner of filing application; 2 CSR 100-2.030;             storm water regulations; 10 CSR 20-6.200; 3/2/09
               3/16/09                                                   water quality standards; 10 CSR 20-7.031; 12/15/08, 3/2/09
animal health                                                            underground storage tanks
     inspection of meat and poultry; 2 CSR 30-10.010; 5/15/09                 aboveground storage tanks—release response
plant industries                                                                   applicability and definitions; 10 CSR 20-15.010; 5/1/09
     emerald ash borer intrastate quarantine; 2 CSR 70-11.050;                     release reporting and initial release response measures; 10
               10/1/08, 2/3/09                                                                 CSR 20-15.020; 5/1/09
                                                                                   site characterization and corrective action; 10 CSR 20-
AIR QUALITY, AIR POLLUTION CONTROL                                                             15.030; 5/1/09
alternate emission limits; 10 CSR 10-6.100; 11/17/08                          administrative penalties
construction permit exemptions; 10 CSR 10-6.061; 11/3/08, 4/15/09                  administrative penalty assessment; 10 CSR 20-13.080;
construction permit required; 10 CSR 10-6.060; 11/17/08                                        5/1/09
control of sulfur emissions from stationary boilers; 10 CSR 10-               financial responsibility
           5.570; 2/3/09
                                                                                   allowable mechanisms and combinations of mechanisms;
emissions                                                                                      10 CSR 20-11.094; 5/1/09
      banking and trading; 10 CSR 10-6.410; 11/17/08, 4/15/09
                                                                                   amount and scope of required financial responsibility; 10
control of NOx emissions from electric generating units and
                                                                                               CSR 20-11.093; 5/1/09
                nonelectric generating boilers; 10 CSR 10-6.360;
                                                                                   applicability; 10 CSR 20-11.090; 5/1/09
                12/1/08
                                                                                   bankruptcy or other incapacity of owner or operator, or
      imitations and emissions trading of oxides of nitrogen; 10
                                                                                               provider of financial assurance; 10 CSR 20-
                CSR 10-6.350; 12/1/08
                                                                                               11.110; 5/1/09
      restriction of emission of particulate matter from industrial
                                                                                   cancellation or nonrenewal by a provider of financial
                processes; 10 CSR 10-6.400; 10/15/08
                                                                                               assurance; 10 CSR 20-11.105; 5/1/09
      restriction of emission of visible air contaminants; 10 CSR
                10-6.220; 3/17/08, 8/1/08                                          compliance dates; 10 CSR 20-11.091; 5/1/09
more restrictive emission limitations for particulate matter in the                definitions of financial responsibility terms; 10 CSR 20-
           south St. Louis area; 10 CSR 10-5.290; 10/1/08, 4/15/09                             11.092; 5/1/09
on-board diagnostics motor vehicle emissions inspection; 10 CSR                    drawing on financial assurance mechanisms; 10 CSR 20-
           10-5.381; 11/3/08, 4/15/09                                                          11.108; 5/1/09
open burning requirements; 10 CSR 10-6.045; 2/3/09                                 financial test of self-insurance; 10 CSR 20-11.095; 5/1/09
restriction of emissions of lead from specific lead smelter-refinery               guarantee; 10 CSR 20-11.096; 5/1/09
           installations; 10 CSR 10-6.120; 2/3/09                                  insurance and risk retention group coverage; 10 CSR 20-
restriction of emissions of sulfur compounds; 10 CSR 10-6.260;                                 11.097; 5/1/09
           2/3/09                                                                  letter of credit; 10 CSR 20-11.099; 5/1/09
sales tax exemption; 10 CSR 10-6.320; 2/3/09                                       local government bond rating test; 10 CSR 20-11.112;
                                                                                               5/1/09
ARCHITECTS, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS,                                                local government financial test; 10 CSR 20-11.113; 5/1/09
PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS, AND LANDSCAPE                                         local government fund; 10 CSR 20-11.113; 5/1/09
ARCHITECTS                                                                         local government guarantee; 10 CSR 20-11.114; 5/1/09
code of professional conduct; 20 CSR 2030-2.010; 5/15/09                           petroleum storage tank insurance fund; 10 CSR 20-11.101;
continuing education for architects; 20 CSR 2030-11.025; 5/15/09                               5/1/09
continuing education for landscape architects; 20 CSR 2030-                        record keeping; 10 CSR 20-11.107; 5/1/09
         11.035; 5/15/09                                                           release from the requirements; 10 CSR 20-11.109; 5/1/09
standards for admission to examination–architects; 20 CSR 2030-                    replenishment of guarantees, letters of credit or surety
         5.030; 1/2/09, 5/1/09                                                                 bonds; 10 CSR 20-11.111; 5/1/09
                                                                                   reporting by owner or operator; 10 CSR 20-11.106; 5/1/09
ATTORNEY GENERAL                                                                   standby trust fund; 10 CSR 20-11.103; 5/1/09
unauthorized alien workers                                                         substitution of financial assurance mechanisms by owner
     complaints; 15 CSR 60-15.030; 4/1/09                                                      or operator; 20 CSR 11.104; 5/1/09
     definitions; 15 CSR 60-15.010; 4/1/09                                         surety bond; 10 CSR 20-11.098; 5/1/09
     form of affidavit; 15 CSR 60-15.020; 4/1/09                                   trust fund; 10 CSR 20-11.102; 5/1/09
     investigation of complaints; 15 CSR 60-15.040; 4/1/09                    technical regulations
     notification by federal government that individual not autho-                 assessing the property at closure or change in service; 10
               rized to work; 15 CSR 60-15.050; 4/1/09                                         CSR 20-10.072; 5/1/09
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         applicability; 10 CSR 20-10.010; 5/1/09                      daily small game hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.445; 11/17/08,
         applicability to previously closed underground storage                  3/2/09
                     tank systems; 10 CSR 20-10.073; 5/1/09           decoys and blinds; 3 CSR 10-11.155; 5/1/09
         closure records; 10 CSR 20-10.074; 5/1/09                    deer: antlerless deer hunting permit availability; 3 CSR 10-7.437;
         compatibility; 10 CSR 20-10.032; 5/1/09                                 11/17/08, 3/2/09
         corrective action plan; 10 CSR 20-10.066; 5/1/09             deer: firearms hunting seasons; 3 CSR 10-7.433; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
         definitions; 10 CSR 20-10.012; 5/1/09                        deer hunting seasons: general provisions; 3 CSR 10-7.431;
         general requirements for release detection for all under-               11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     ground storage tank systems; 10 CSR 20-          deer: landowner privileges; 3 CSR 10-7.434; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     10.040; 5/1/09                                   definitions; 3 CSR 10-20.805; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
         initial abatement measures, site check and comparsion        dog training area: privileges; 3 CSR 10-9.628; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     with default target levels; 10 CSR 20-10.062;    falconry; 3 CSR 10-9.442; 5/1/09
                     5/1/09                                           fishing, daily and possession limits
         initial release response; 10 CSR 20-10.061; 5/1/09                 3 CSR 10-11.210; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
         initial site characterization; 10 CSR 20-10.063; 5/1/09            3 CSR 10-12.140; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09
         interim prohibition for deferred underground storage tank    fishing, length limits
                     systems; 10 CSR 20-10.011; 5/1/09                      3 CSR 10-11.215; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
         investigation due to impacts on adjacent or nearby proper-         3 CSR 10-12.145; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09
                     ties; 10 CSR 20-10.051; 5/1/09                   fishing methods
         investigations for soil and groundwater cleanup; 10 CSR            3 CSR 10-6.410; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     20-10.65; 5/1/09                                       3 CSR 10-12.135; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09
         light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) removal; 10           fishing, methods and hours; 3 CSR 10-11.205; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     CSR 20-10.064; 5/1/09                            furbearers: trapping seasons; 3 CSR 10-8.515; 11/17/08, 3/2/09,
         methods of release detection for piping; 10 CSR 20-                     5/1/09
                     10.044; 5/1/09                                   general prohibition; applications; 3 CSR 10-9.110; 11/17/08,
         methods of release detection for tanks; 10 CSR 20-                      3/2/09, 5/1/09
                     10.043; 5/1/09                                   general provisions
         notification requirements; 10 CSR 20-10.022; 5/1/09                3 CSR 10-7.405; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
         operation and maintenance of corrosion protection; 10              3 CSR 10-11.110; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09
                     CSR 20-10.031; 5/1/09                            goggle-eye (Ozark bass, rock bass, and shadow bass) and war-
         performance standards for new underground storage tank                  mouth; 3 CSR 10-6.530; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     systems; 10 CSR 20-10.020; 5/1/09                hound running area: privileges, requirements; 3 CSR 10-9.575;
         permanent closure and changes in service; 10 CSR 20-                    11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     10.071; 5/1/09                                   hunting and trapping; 3 CSR 10-12.125; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09
         public participation and notice; 10 CSR 20-10.067; 5/1/09    hunting, general provisions, and seasons; 3 CSR 10-11.180;
         release detection record keeping; 10 CSR 20-10.045;                     11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09
                     5/1/09                                           hunting methods; 3 CSR 10-7.410; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09
         release investigation and confirmation steps; 10 CSR 20-     licensed hunting preserve: privileges; 3 CSR 10-9.565; 11/17/08,
                     10.052; 5/1/09                                              3/2/09, 5/1/09
         release reporting; 10 CSR 20-10.050; 5/1/09                  licensed hunting perserve: records required; 3 CSR 10-9.566;
         release response and corrective action; 10 CSR 20-10.060;               11/17/08, 3/2/09
                     5/1/09                                           migratory bird hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.435; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
         repairs allowed; 10 CSR 20-10.033; 5/1/09                    mussel dealers: reports, requirements; 3 CSR 10-10.784; 11/17/08,
         reporting and cleanup of spills and overfills; 10 CSR 20-               3/2/09
                     10.053; 5/1/09                                   nonresident archer’s hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.560; 11/17/08,
         reporting and record keeping; 10 CSR 20-10.034; 5/1/09                  5/1/09
         requirements for hazardous substance underground storage     nonresident archery antlerless deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-
                     tank systems; 10 CSR 20-10.042; 5/1/09                      5.554; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
         requirements for petroleum underground storage tank sys-     nonresident conservation order permit; 3 CSR 10-5.567; 11/17/08,
                     tems; 10 CSR 20-10.041; 5/1/09                              5/1/09
         risk-based clean-up levels; 10 CSR 20-10.068; 5/1/09         nonresident firearms antlerless deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-
         spill and overfill control; 10 CSR 20-10.030; 5/1/09                    5.552; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
         temporary closure; 10 CSR 20-10.070; 5/1/09                  nonresident firearms any-deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.551;
         upgrading of existing underground storage tank systems;                 11/17/08, 5/1/09
                     10 CSR 20-10.021; 5/1/09                         nonresident fishing permit; 3 CSR 10-5.540; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
                                                                      nonresident furbearer hunting and trapping permit; 3 CSR 10-
CONSERVATION COMMISSION                                                          5.570; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
apprentice hunter authorization; 3 CSR 10-5.300; 11/17/08, 3/2/09     nonresident landowner archer’s hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.580;
bullfrogs and green frogs                                                        11/17/08, 5/1/09
      3 CSR 10-6.615; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                                nonresident landowner firearms any-deer hunting permit; 3 CSR
      3 CSR 10-11.165; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                                          10-5.576; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
      3 CSR 10-12.115; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09                       nonresident landowner firearms turkey hunting permits; 3 CSR 10-
camping; 3 CSR 10-11.140; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                                       5.579; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
class I and class II wildlife breeder: records required; 3 CSR 10-    nonresident managed deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.559;
          9.359; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                                                11/17/08, 5/1/09
closings; 3 CSR 10-11.115; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                           nonresident Mississippi River roe fish commercial harvest permit;
commercial fishing: seasons, methods; 3 CSR 10-10.725; 11/17/08,                 3 CSR 10-10.724; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
          5/1/09                                                      nonresident small game hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.545; 11/17/08,
daily fishing permit; 3 CSR 10-5.440; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                           5/1/09
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nonresident turkey hunting permits; 3 CSR 10-5.565; 11/17/08,           use of traps; 3 CSR 10-8.510; 5/1/09
           5/1/09                                                       walleye and sauger; 3 CSR 10-6.540; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
other fish; 3 CSR 10-6.550; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09                    waterfowl hunting; 3 CSR 10-11.186; 5/1/09
permits and privileges: how obtained; not transferable; 3 CSR 10-       wildlife collector’s permit; 3 CSR 10-9.425; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
           5.215; 11/17/08, 5/1/09                                      wildlife rehabilitation program; 3 CSR10-9.415; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
permits: permit issuing agents; service fees; other provisions; 3       youth deer and turkey hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.420; 11/17/08,
           CSR 10-5.225; 11/17/08, 5/1/09                                         5/1/09
permits required; exceptions; 3 CSR 10-5.205; 11/17/08                  youth pricing: deer and turkey permits; 3 CSR 10-5.222; 11/17/08,
privileges of class I and class II wildlife breeders; 3 CSR 10-9.353;             5/1/09
           11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09                                     COSMETOLOGY AND BARBER EXAMINERS, BOARD OF
quail hunting; 3 CSR 10-11.184; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                        apprentices; 20 CSR 2085-9.010; 5/15/09
reciprocal privileges: commercial fishing and musseling; commer-        barber and cosmetology establishment license changes; 20 CSR
           cial water; 3 CSR 10-10.726; 11/17/08, 5/1/09                           2085-10.020; 5/15/09
record keeping and reporting required: commercial fishermen and         cosmetology sanitation rules; 20 CSR 2085-11.020; 5/15/09
           roe fish dealers; 3 CSR 10-10.727; 11/17/08, 5/1/09          failure of state examination; 20 CSR 2085-8.040; 5/15/09
reports required: commercial musselers; 3 CSR 10-10.787;                fees; 20 CSR 2085-3.010; 5/1/09
           11/17/08, 3/2/09                                             general rules and application requirements for all schools; 20 CSR
resident and nonresident permits; 3 CSR 10-5.220; 11/17/08,                        2085-12.010; 5/15/09
           5/1/09                                                       licensing—barber establishments and cosmetology establishments;
resident and nonresident fur dealers: reports, requirements; 3 CSR                 20 CSR 2085-10.010; 5/15/09
           10-10.715; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                                  licensure by examination for a barber; 20 CSR 2085-5.010; 5/15/09
resident archer’s hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.360; 11/17/08, 3/2/09      licensure of barber instructors; 20 CSR 2085-6.010; 5/15/09
resident archery antlerless deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-              qualifications for instructor examination; 20 CSR 2085-8.030;
           5.425; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                                                 5/15/09
resident cable restraint permit; 3 CSR 10-5.375; 11/17/08, 3/2/09,      qualifications for state cosmetology examinations; 20 CSR 2085-
           5/1/09                                                                  7.010; 5/15/09
resident conservation order permit; 3 CSR 10-5.436; 11/17/08,           reinstatement of expired instructor license; 20 CSR 2085-8.060;
           5/1/09                                                                  5/15/09
resident fishing permit; 3 CSR 10-5.340; 11/17/08, 3/2/09               reinstatement of expired license; 20 CSR 2085-7.050; 5/15/09
resident firearms antlerless deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.352;       requirements for cosmetology students; 20 CSR 2085-12.060;
           11/17/08, 3/2/09                                                        5/15/09
resident firearms any-deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.351;              unlicensed activity; 20 CSR 2085-10.060; 5/15/09
           11/17/08, 3/2/09
resident fur handlers permit; 3 CSR 10-10.711; 11/17/08, 3/2/09         COUNSELORS, COMMITTEE FOR PROFESSIONAL
resident fur handlers: reports, requirements; 3 CSR 10-10.716;          application for licensure; 20 CSR 2095-2.065; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
           11/17/08, 3/2/09                                             changes to license; 20 CSR 2095-1.060; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
resident lifetime conservation partner permit; 3 CSR 10-5.310;          continuing education exemption; 20 CSR 2095-1.070; 1/2/09,
           11/17/08, 5/1/09                                                       4/15/09
resident lifetime fishing permit; 3 CSR 10-5.315; 11/17/08, 3/2/09      continuing education records; 20 CSR 2095-1.068; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
resident lifetime small game hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.320;            continuing education requirements; 20 CSR 2095-1.064; 1/2/09,
           11/17/08, 5/1/09                                                       4/15/09
resident managed deer hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.359; 11/17/08,         educational requirements; 20 CSR 2095-2.010; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
           3/2/09                                                       examinations; 20 CSR 2095-2.030; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
resident roe fish commercial harvest permit; 3 CSR 10-10.722;           license renewal; 20 CSR 2095-1.062; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
           11/17/08, 5/1/09                                             license renewal and changes to license; 20 CSR 2095-1.060;
resident senior fish forever permit; 3 CSR 10-5.322; 11/17/08,                    1/2/09, 4/15/09
           3/2/09                                                       provisional license; 20 CSR 2095-2.005; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
resident senior hunt and fish forever permit; 3 CSR 10-5.321;           scope of coverage; 20 CSR 2095-3.010; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
           11/17/08, 3/2/09                                             supervised counseling experience; 20 CSR 2095-2.020; 1/2/09,
resident senior hunt forever permit; 3 CSR 10-5.323; 11/17/08,                    4/15/09
           3/2/09                                                       supervisors and supervisory responsibilities; 20 CSR 2095-2.021;
resident small game hunting and fishing permit; 3 CSR 10-5.330;                   1/2/09, 4/15/09
           11/17/08, 3/2/09
resident small game hunting permit; 3 CSR 10-5.345; 11/17/08,           DENTAL BOARD, MISSOURI
           3/2/09                                                       certification of dental specialists; 20 CSR 2110-2.090; 1/16/09,
resident trapping permit; 3 CSR 10-5.370; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                         5/1/09
resident turkey hunting permits; 3 CSR 10-5.365; 11/17/08, 3/2/09       continuing dental education; 20 CSR 2110-2.240; 1/16/09, 5/1/09
restricted zones; 3 CSR 10-6.415; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                      dental hygienists; 20 CSR 2110-2.130; 1/16/09, 5/1/09
roe fish dealer permit; 3 CSR 10-10.728; 11/17/08, 5/1/09               dental hygienists–equipment requirements for public health settings;
sale of live bait; 3 CSR 10-10.735; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                               20 CSR 2110-2.132; 1/16/09, 5/1/09
                                                                        licensure by credentials–dentists; 20 CSR 2210-2.030; 1/16/09,
shovelnose sturgeon; 3 CSR 10-6.533; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                              5/1/09
squirrels: seasons, limits; 3 CSR 10-7.425; 5/1/09                      licensure by examination–dental hygienists; 20 CSR 2210-2.050;
target shooting and shooting ranges; 3 CSR 10-11.150; 11/17/08,                    1/16/09, 5/1/09
           3/2/09                                                       licensure by examination–dentists; 20 CSR 2210-2.010; 1/16/09,
taxidermy: tanning: permit, privileges, requirements; 3 CSR 10-                    5/1/09
           10.767; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
trout permit; 3 CSR 10-5.430; 11/17/08, 5/1/09                          ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, DEPART-
turkeys: seasons, methods, limits; 3 CSR 10-7.455; 11/17/08,            MENT OF
           5/1/09                                                       audit policy and requirements; 5 CSR 30-4.030; 5/15/09
turtles; 3 CSR 10-6.620; 11/17/08, 3/2/09                               application for a career education certificate of license to teach;
use of boats and motors                                                           5 CSR 80-800.270; 3/2/09
      3 CSR 10-11.160; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09                         application for a student services certificate of license to teach;
      3 CSR 10-12.110; 11/17/08, 3/2/09, 5/1/09                                   5 CSR 80-800.230; 3/2/09
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application for an adult education and literacy certificate of license   GAMING COMMISSION, MISSOURI
           to teach; 5 CSR 80-800.280; 3/2/09                            admission fee; 11 CSR 45-11.050; 12/1/08, 3/16/09
application for certificate of license to teach; 5 CSR 80-800.200;       chip specifications; 11 CSR 45-5.100; 12/1/08, 3/16/09
           3/2/09                                                        commission approval of internal control system; 11 CSR 45-9.040;
application for certificate of license to teach for administrators;                 12/1/08, 3/16/09
           5 CSR 80-800.200; 3/2/09                                      definition of license; 11 CSR 45-9.010; 12/1/08, 3/16/09
certifcate of license to teach classifications; 5 CSR 80-800.360;        definitions; 11 CSR 45-1.090; 12/1/08, 3/16/09
           3/2/09                                                        deposit account–taxes and fees; 11 CSR 45-11.020; 12/1/08,
certificate of license to teach content areas; 5 CSR 80-800.350;                    3/16/09
           3/2/09                                                        five hundred dollar-loss limit; 11 CSR 45-6.040; 12/1/08, 3/16/09
minimum requirements for school bus chassis and body; 5 CSR 30-          horse racing
           261.025; 11/3/08, 4/1/09                                           association officials; 11 CSR 45-61; 5/15/09
rebuild Missouri schools program; 5 CSR 80-640.100; 1/16/09                   bid procedures; 11 CSR 45-59; 5/15/09
required assessments for professional education certification in              breeding fund; 11 CSR 45-55; 5/15/09
           Missouri; 5 CSR 80-800.380; 3/2/09                                 class A licenses—race track owner; 11 CSR 45-51; 5/15/09
temporary authorization certificate of license to teach; 5 CSR 80-            class B licenses; 11 CSR 45-65; 5/15/09
           800.260; 3/2/09                                                    class C licenses; 11 CSR 45-52; 5/15/09
                                                                              class D license—fairgrounds racing; 11 CSR 45-53; 5/15/09
EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS, STATE BOARD                                  commission and commission officials; 11 CSR 45-60; 5/15/09
OF                                                                            conduct of races; 11 CSR 45-70; 5/15/09
funeral establishments; 20 CSR 2120-2.070; 5/15/09                            definitions; 11 CSR 45-10; 5/15/09
funeral establishments containing a crematory area; 20 CSR 2120-              hearing rules; 11 CSR 45-90; 5/15/09
2.071; 5/15/09                                                                organizational structure, description, practices, and proce-
                                                                                         dures; 11 CSR 45-49; 5/15/09
EXECUTIVE ORDERS                                                              pari-mutual wagering systems; 11 CSR 45-80; 5/15/09
activates the state militia in response to the aftermath of severe            patrons; 11 CSR 45-67; 5/15/09
           weather that began on January 26; 09-06; 3/2/09                    permit holders; 11 CSR 45-62; 5/15/09
creates and establishes the Transform Missouri Initiative; 09-12;        handling of cash at gaming tables; 11 CSR 45-8.120; 12/1/08,
           4/1/09                                                                   3/16/09
creates the Transform Missouri Project as well as the Taxpayer           minimum internal control standards; 11 CSR 45-9.030; 12/1/08,
           Accountability, Compliance, and Transparency Unit, and                   3/16/09
           rescinds Executive Order 09-12; 09-17; 5/1/09                 objectives of an internal control system; 11 CSR 45-9.020; 12/1/08,
declares a state emergency and activates the Missouri State                         3/16/09
           Emergency Operations Plan; 09-04; 3/2/09                      policies; 11 CSR 45-5.053; 12/1/08, 3/16/09
designates members of the governor’s staff as having supervisory
           authority over departments, divisions, or agencies; 09-08;    GEOLOGIST REGISTRATION, MISSOURI BOARD OF
           3/2/09                                                        board of geologist registration–general organization; 20 CSR 2145-
designates members of the governor’s staff as having supervisory                  1.010; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
           authority over departments, divisions, or agencies; 09-14;    fees; 20 CSR 2145-1.040; 5/1/09
           4/15/09
directs the Department of Corrections to lead a permanent, inter-        GEOLOGY AND LAND SURVEY, DIVISION OF
           agency steering team for the Missouri Reentry Process;        fee structure; 10 CSR 23-2.010; 5/15/09
           09-16; 5/1/09
establishes a complete count committee for the 2010 census; 09-05;       HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION
           3/2/09                                                        definitions, modifications to incorporations and confidential busi-
expands the Missouri Automotive Jobs Task Force to consist of 18                   ness information; 10 CSR 25-3.260; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
           members; 09-15; 5/1/09                                        fees and taxes; 10 CSR 25-12.010; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
extends executive order 09-04 amd executive order 09-07 through          land disposal restrictions; 10 CSR 25-7.268; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
           March 31, 2009; 09-13; 4/1/09                                 methods for identifying hazardous waste; 10 CSR 25-4.261;
gives the director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources                 11/17/08, 5/1/09
           the authority to temporarily suspend regulations in the       Missouri administered permit programs: the hazardous waste per-
           aftermath of severe weather that began on January 26;                   mit program; 10 CSR 25-7.270; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
           09-07; 3/2/09                                                 polychlorinated biphenyls; 10 CSR 25-13.010; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
orders the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and          risk-based corrective action process; 10 CSR 25-18.010; 3/2/09
           the Department of Economic Development to transfer the        standards
           Missouri Customized Training Program to the Department             interium status standards for owners and operators of haz-
           of Economic Development; 09-10; 3/16/09                                      ardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facili-
orders the Department of Health and Senior Services and the                             ties; 10 CSR 25-7.265; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
           Department of Social Services to transfer the Blindness            recycled used oil management standards; 10 CSR 25-11.279;
           Education, Screening and Treatment Program (BEST) to                         11/17/08, 5/1/09
           the Department of Social Services; 09-11; 3/16/09                  standards applicable to generators of hazardous waste; 10 CSR
transfers the various scholarship programs under the Departments                        25-5.262; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
           of Agriculture, Elementary and Secondary Education,                standards for owners and operators of hazardous waste treat-
           Higher Education, and Natural Resources to the                          ment, storage and disposal facilities; 10 CSR 25-
           Department of Higher Education; 09-09; 3/16/09                          7.264; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
                                                                              standards for the management of specific hazardous wastes
FIRE SAFETY, DIVISION OF                                                                and specific types of hazardous waste management
installation permits; 11 CSR 40-2.025; 2/3/09, 5/15/09                                  facilities; 10 CSR 25-7.266; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
                                                                              standards for transporters of hazardous waste; 10 CSR 25-
FUEL STANDARD, MISSOURI RENEWABLE                                                       6.263; 11/17/08, 5/1/09
organization, definitions; 2 CSR 110-3.010; 2/1/08                            standards for universal waste management; 10 CSR 25-16.73;
quality standards; 2 CSR 90-30.040; 2/15/08                                             11/17/08, 5/1/09
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HEALING ARTS, STATE BOARD OF                                                   home health agencies
applicants for licensure as professional physical therapists; 20 CSR                home health licensure rule; 19 CSR 30-26.010; 12/1/09,
           2150-3.010; 5/1/09                                                                  5/1/09
application forms—physical therapists; 20 CSR 2150-3.020; 5/1/09               hospitals
applications for licensure as physical therapist assistant; 20 CSR                  nursing services in hospitals; 19 CSR 30-20.096;
           2150-3.100; 5/1/09                                                                  12/1/09, 5/1/09
biennial registration; 20 CSR 2150-3060; 5/1/09                                outside the hospital do-not-resuscitate (OHDNR); 19 CSR 30-
continuing education requirements; 20 CSR 2150-3.201; 5/1/09                             40.600; 2/17/09
determination of competency; 20 CSR 2150-3.085; 5/1/09                    requirements for on-site wastewater treatment system inspectors/
examination—physical therapists; 20 CSR 2150-3.030; 5/1/09                          evaluators; 19 CSR 20-3.070; 12/1/08, 4/1/09
fees; 20 CSR 2150-3.080; 5/1/09                                           requirements for percolation testers, on-site soils evaluators and
inactive license—physical therapists; 20 CSR 2150-3.055; 5/1/09                     registered on-site wastewater treatment system installers;
licensing by reciprocity; 20 CSR 2150-3.040; 5/1/09                                 19 CSR 20-3.080; 12/1/08, 4/1/09
nonpharmacy dispensing; 20 CSR 2150-5.020; 1/16/09
physical therapist assistant biennial renewal—retirement, name, and       HEARING INSTRUMENT SPECIALISTS, BOARD OF
           address changes; 20 CSR 2150-3.180; 5/1/09                     EXAMINERS FOR
physical therapist assistant reciprocity applicants; 20 CSR 2150-         hearing instrument specialist in training (temporary permits); 20
           3.120; 5/1/09                                                            CSR 2165-2.010; 2/3/09
physical therapist assistant inactive license; 20 CSR 2150-3.163;         licensure by examination; 20 CSR 2165-2.030; 2/3/09
           5/1/09                                                         licensure by reciprocity; 20 CSR 2165-2.040; 2/3/09
physical therapist assistant late registration; 20 CSR 2150-3.160;
           5/1/09
                                                                          HIGHER EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF
physical therapist assistant licensure fees; 20 CSR 2150-3.170;
           5/1/09                                                         access Missouri financial assistance program; 6 CSR 10-2.150;
physical therapist assistant—reinstatement of an inactive license; 20                1/16/09, 5/1/09
           CSR 2150-3.165; 5/1/09                                         higher education academic scholarship program; 6 CSR 10-2.080;
physical therapist assistant requirements for licensing by examina-                  1/16/09, 5/1/09
           tion; 20 CSR 2150-3.110; 5/1/09                                institutional eligibility for student participation
physical therapist assistant temporary licenses for reinstatement; 20           6 CSR 10-2.010;1/16/09, 5/1/09
                CSR 2150-3.153; 5/1/09                                          6 CSR 10-2.140; 1/16/09, 5/1/09
physical therapist assistant temporary licensure; 20 CSR 2150-            kids’ chance scholarship program; 6 CSR 10-2.170; 1/16/09,
           3.150; 5/1/09                                                             5/1/09
physical therapist assistants—direction, delegation, and supervision;     student eligibility and application procedures; 6 CSR 10-2.020;
           20 CSR 2150-3.090; 5/1/09                                                 1/16/09, 5/1/09
physical therapist late registration; 20 CSR 2150-3.063; 5/1/09           student financial assistance program
physical therapist—retirement, name, and address changes; 20 CSR                competitive scholarship program; 6 CSR 10-2.120; 4/1/09
           2150-3.066; 5/1/09                                                   public safety officer or employee’s child survivor grant pro-
physician assistant supervision agreements; 20 CSR 2150-7.135;                            gram; 6 CSR 10-2.100; 4/1/09
           5/15/09                                                              Vietnam veteran’s survivors grant program; 6 CSR 10-2.130;
reinstatement of an inactive license—physical therapists; 20 CSR                          4/1/09
           2150-3.057; 5/1/09                                             war veteran’s survivors grant program; 6 CSR 10-2.160; 1/16/09,
request for waiver; 20 CSR 2150-7.136; 5/15/09                                       5/1/09
temporary licenses; 20 CSR 2150-3.050; 5/1/09
temporary licenses for reinstatement of an inactive license—physi-        HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
           cal therapists; 20 CSR 2150-3.053; 5/1/09                      certification and certification renewal requirements for qualified
temporary licenses—physical therapists; 20 CSR 2150-3.050;                           sampling and testing technicians and sampling or testing
           5/1/09                                                                    technicians-in-training; 7 CSR 10-23.020; 12/15/08,
                                                                                     5/15/09
HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF                                 certification suspension and revocation procedures and the appeal
community and public health                                                          process for technicians and sampling or testing techni-
     minimum construction standards for on-site sewage disposal                      cians-in-training; 7 CSR 10-23.030; 12/15/08, 5/15/09
                systems; 19 CSR 20-3.060; 8/15/08                         definitions; 7 CSR 10-23.010; 12/15/08, 5/15/09
     volunteer dispensing of strategic national stockpile medica          skill performance evaluation certificates for commercial drivers;
                tions during governor-declared disasters; 19 CSR 20-            7 CSR 10-25.010; 4/15/09
                44.010; 2/17/09
fees charged by Department of Health for inspection of existing on-       HORSE RACING COMMISSION, MISSOURI
          site sewage disposal system required by a lending institu-      association officials; 12 CSR 50-30; 5/15/09
          tion; 19 CSR 20-3.070; 12/1/08, 4/1/09
                                                                          bid procedures; 12 CSR 50-19; 5/15/09
maternal, child, and family health
     payments for vision examinations; 19 CSR 40-11.010; 2/17/09          breeding fund; 12 CSR 50-15; 5/15/09
regulation and licensure                                                  class A licenses—race track owner; 12 CSR 50-11; 5/15/09
     administrative penalties; 19 CSR 30-70.650; 12/1/08, 4/15/09         class B licenses; 12 CSR 50-12; 5/15/09
     application and licensure requirements for the initial licensure     class C licenses; 12 CSR 50-50; 5/15/09
                and relicensure of emergency medical technician-          class D license—fairgrounds racing; 12 CSR 50-13; 5/15/09
                basic, emergency medical technician-intermediate,         commission and commission officials; 12 CSR 50-20; 5/15/09
                and emergency medical techician-paramedics; 19            conduct of races; 12 CSR 50-70; 5/15/09
                CSR 30-40.342; 2/17/09                                    definitions; 12 CSR 50-2; 5/15/09
     fire safety                                                          hearing rules; 12 CSR 50-90; 5/15/09
          standards for new and existing intermediate care and            organizational structure, description, practices, and procedures; 12
                      skilled nursing facilities; 19 CSR 30-85.022;                 CSR 50-1; 5/15/09
                      1/2/09, 4/15/09                                     pari-mutual wagering systems; 12 CSR 50-80; 5/15/09
          standards for residential care facilities and assisted living   patrons; 12 CSR 50-60; 5/15/09
                      facilities; 19 CSR 30-86.022; 1/2/09, 4/15/09       permit holders; 12 CSR 50-40; 5/15/09
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INSURANCE                                                                 ppo, hdhp, and co-pay plan limitations; 22 CSR 10-2.060; 2/3/09,
financial examination                                                               5/15/09
      actuarial opinion and memorandum regulation; 20 CSR 200-            public entity membership agreement and participation period; 22
                 1.116; 12/1/08, 4/1/09                                             CSR 10-3.030; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
      extended Missouri mutual companies’ approved investment;            review and appeals procedure
                 20 CSR 200-12.020; 11/17/08, 5/1/09                           22 CSR 10-2.075; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
insurance licensing                                                            22 CSR 10-3.075; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
      continuing education; 20 CSR 700-3.200; 2/17/09
insurer conduct                                                           MO HEALTHNET
      market conduct                                                      durable medical equipment program; 13 CSR 70-60.010; 2/17/09
           improper or unfair claims settlement practices                 global per diem adjustments to nursing facility and HIV nursing
                 identification cards issued by health carriers; 20 CSR             facility reimbursement rates; 13 CSR 70-10.016; 11/17/08
                            100-1.070; 10/15/08, 4/1/09                   insure Missouri; 13 CSR 70-4.120; 2/15/08
                 standards for prompt, fair, and equitable settlements    medical pre-certification process; 13 CSR 70-3.180; 4/1/09
                            under health benefit plans; 20 CSR 100-       payment policy for a preventable serious adverse event or hospital or
                            1.060; 10/15/08, 4/1/09                                 ambulatory surgical center-acquired condition; 13 CSR 70-
life, annuities, and health                                                         15.200; 12/15/08, 5/15/09
      dependent coverage; 20 CSR 400-2.200; 3/2/09                        pharmacy reimbursement allowance; 13 CSR 70-20.320; 10/15/08,
      recognition of preferred mortality tables in determing mini-                  3/16/09
                 mum reserve liability and nonforfeiture benefits; 20     podiatric services program; 13 CSR 70-30.010; 12/1/08, 4/15/09
                 CSR 400-1.170; 2/3/09
                                                                          psychiatric/psychology/counseling/clinical social work program doc-
medical malpractice
                                                                                    umentation; 13 CSR 70-98.015; 12/1/08, 4/15/09
      statistical data reporting; 20 CSR 600-1.030; 7/2/07
                                                                          telehealth services; 13 CSR 70-3.190; 3/16/09
property and casualty
      general instructions; 20 CSR 500-7.030; 11/17/08, 5/15/09           therapy program; 13 CSR 70-70.010; 11/17/08, 4/15/09
      insurer’s annual onsite review; 20 CSR 500-7.080; 11/17/08,
                 5/15/09                                                  MOTOR VEHICLE
statistical reporting                                                     special license plates; 12 CSR 10-23.100; 11/17/08, 3/2/09
      medical malpractice statistical data reporting; 20 CSR 600-
                 1.030; 10/15/08                                          NURSING, STATE BOARD OF
                                                                          fees; 20 CSR 2200-4.010; 5/1/09
LABOR AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS                                            professional nursing
employment security, division of                                               fees; 20 CSR 2200-4.010; 10/1/07, 1/16/08, 4/1/08, 7/1/08
    appeals                                                               public complaint handling and disposition procedure; 20 CSR
         hearing and procedure; 8 CSR 10-5.015; 10/15/08,                           2200-4.030; 7/1/08, 10/15/08
                    3/16/09
         tribunal; 8 CSR 10-5.010; 10/15/08, 3/16/09                      OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, MISSOURI BOARD OF
              decisions; 8 CSR 10-5.050; 10/15/08, 3/16/09                fees; 20 CSR 2205-1.050; 5/15/09
              orders; 8 CSR 10-5.040; 10/15/08, 3/16/09
              telephone hearing; 8 CSR 10-5.030; 10/15/08,                PETROLEUM AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE STORAGE
                        3/16/09                                           TANKS
human rights, Missouri commission on                                      underground storage tanks
    continuances; 8 CSR 60-2.130; 4/15/09                                     aboveground storage tanks—release response
    evidence; 8 CSR 60-2.150; 4/15/09                                              applicability and definitions; 10 CSR 20-15.010; 5/1/09
    general organization; 8 CSR 60-1.010; 4/15/09                                  release reporting and initial release response measures; 10
    inquiries regarding persons with disabilities; 8 CSR 60-4.015;
              4/15/09                                                                         CSR 20-15.020; 5/1/09
    orders; 8 CSR 60-2.210; 4/15/09                                                site characterization and corrective action; 10 CSR 20-
    pleadings; 8 CSR 60-2.065; 4/15/09                                                        15.030; 5/1/09
    post-hearing procedure; 8 CSR 60-2.200; 4/15/09                           administrative penalties
    prohibited coercion and retaliation; 8 CSR 60-4.030; 4/15/09                   administrative penalty assessment; 10 CSR 26-4.080;
    reasonable modifications of existing premises; 8 CSR 60-                                  5/1/09
              4.020; 4/15/09                                                  financial responsibility
                                                                                   allowable mechanisms and combinations of mechanisms;
MEDICAL SERVICES, DIVISION OF                                                                 10 CSR 26-3.094; 5/1/09
grant to trauma hospital; 13 CSR 70-15.180; 7/16/07
reimbursement                                                                      amount and scope of required financial responsibility; 10
      HIV services; 13 CSR 70-10.080; 10/15/07                                                CSR 26-3.093; 5/1/09
      nursing services; 13 CSR 70-10.015; 10/15/07                                 applicability; 10 CSR 26-3.090; 5/1/09
Title XIX                                                                          bankruptcy or other incapacity of owner or operator, or
      claims, false or fraudulent; 13 CSR 70-3.030; 5/1/07                                    provider of financial assurance; 10 CSR 26-
                                                                                              3.110; 5/1/09
MENTAL HEALTH, DEPARTMENT OF                                                       cancellation or nonrenewal by a provider of financial
hearing procedures; 9 CSR 10-5.230; 1/2/09, 4/15/09                                           assurance; 10 CSR 26-3.105; 5/1/09
intergrated dual disorders treatment program; 9 CSR 30-4.0431;                     compliance dates; 10 CSR 26-3.091; 5/1/09
          10/1/08, 3/2/09                                                          definitions of financial responsibility terms; 10 CSR 26-
report of complaints of abuse, neglect, and misuse of funds/pro-                              3.092; 5/1/09
          perty; 9 CSR 10-5.200; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
                                                                                   drawing on financial assurance mechanisms; 10 CSR 26-
MISSOURI CONSOLIDATED HEALTH CARE PLAN                                                        3.108; 5/1/09
high deductible health plan benefit provisions and covered charges;                financial test of self-insurance; 10 CSR 26-3.095; 5/1/09
         22 CSR 10-2.053; 2/3/09, 5/15/09                                          guarantee; 10 CSR 26-3.096; 5/1/09
ppo and co-pay benefit and covered charges; 22 CSR 10-2.050;                       insurance and risk retention group coverage; 10 CSR 26-
         2/3/09, 5/15/09                                                                      3.097; 5/1/09
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        letter of credit; 10 CSR 26-3.099; 5/1/09                             reporting and cleanup of spills and overfills; 10 CSR 26-
        local government bond rating test; 10 CSR 26-3.112;                              2.053; 5/1/09
                    5/1/09                                                    reporting and record keeping; 10 CSR 26-2.034; 5/1/09
        local government financial test; 10 CSR 26-3.113; 5/1/09              requirements for hazardous substance underground stor-
        local government fund; 10 CSR 26-3.113; 5/1/09                                   age tank systems; 10 CSR 26-2.042; 5/1/09
        local government guarantee; 10 CSR 26-3.114; 5/1/09                   requirements for petroleum underground storage tank sys-
        petroleum storage tank insurance fund; 10 CSR 26-3.101;                          tems; 10 CSR 26-2.041; 5/1/09
              5/1/09                                                          risk-based corrective action process; 10 CSR 26-2.075;
        record keeping; 10 CSR 26-3.107; 5/1/09                                          5/1/09
        release from the requirements; 10 CSR 26-3.109; 5/1/09                risk-based target levels; 10 CSR 26-2.077; 5/1/09
        replenishment of guarantees, letters of credit or surety              site characterization and data requirements; 10 CSR 26-
                    bonds; 10 CSR 26-3.111; 5/1/09                                       2.076; 5/1/09
        reporting by owner or operator; 10 CSR 26-3.106; 5/1/09               spill and overfill control; 10 CSR 26-2.030; 5/1/09
        standby trust fund; 10 CSR 26-3.103; 5/1/09                           tiered risk assessment process; 10 CSR 26-2.078; 5/1/09
        substitution of financial assurance mechanisms by owner               temporary closure; 10 CSR 26-2.070; 5/1/09
                    or operator; 26 CSR 3.104; 5/1/09                         upgrading of existing underground storage tank systems;
        surety bond; 10 CSR 26-3.098; 5/1/09                                             10 CSR 26-2.021; 5/1/09
        trust fund; 10 CSR 26-3.102; 5/1/09
    organization; 10 CSR 26-1.010; 5/1/09                            PETROLEUM STORAGE TANK INSURANCE FUND BOARD
    technical regulations                                            OF TRUSTEES
                                                                     participation requirements for aboveground storage tanks; 10 CSR
        assessing the property at closure or change in service; 10
                                                                               100-4.020; 5/15/09
                    CSR 26-2.062; 5/1/09
        applicability; 10 CSR 26-2.010; 5/1/09
                                                                     PSYCHOLOGISTS, STATE COMMITTEE OF
        applicability to previously closed underground storage
                                                                     definitions; 20 CSR 2235-1.015; 5/15/09
                    tank systems; 10 CSR 26-2.063; 5/1/09
                                                                     licensure by examination; 20 CSR 2235-2.060; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
        closure records; 10 CSR 26-2.064; 5/1/09
                                                                     licensure by reciprocity; 20 CSR 2235-2.070; 5/15/09
        compatibility; 10 CSR 26-2.032; 5/1/09
                                                                     non-licensed persons engaging in activities defined as the practice
        corrective action plan; 10 CSR 26-2.079; 5/1/09                        of psychology; 20 CSR 2235-2.080; 5/15/09
        definitions; 10 CSR 26-2.012; 5/1/09                         procedures for recognition of educational institutions; 20 CSR
        general requirements for release detection for all under-              2235-1.045; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
              ground storage tank systems; 10 CSR 26-2.040;
              5/1/09                                                 PUBLIC SAFETY, DEPARTMENT OF
        initial abatement measures, site check and comparsion        Missouri State Water Patrol
                    with default target levels; 20 CSR 26-2.072;          filing requirements; 11 CSR 80-5.010; 2/17/09
                    5/1/09                                           Veterans’ Affairs
        initial release response; 10 CSR 26-2.071; 5/1/09                 description of organization; 11 CSR 85-1.010; 2/17/09
        initial site characterization; 10 CSR 26-2.073; 5/1/09            procedures for receiving information; 11 CSR 85-1.015;
        interim prohibition for deferred underground storage tank                   2/17/09
                    systems; 10 CSR 26-2.011; 5/1/09                      veterans’ cemeteries program; 11 CSR 85-1.050; 2/17/09
        investigation due to impacts on adjacent or nearby proper-        veterans’ services program; 11 CSR 85-1.020; 2/17/09
                    ties; 10 CSR 26-2.051; 5/1/09                         veterans’ trust fund; 11 CSR 85-1.040; 2/17/09
        light non-aqueous phase liquid (LNAPL) removal; 10
                    CSR 26-2.074; 5/1/09                             PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
        long-term stewardship; 10 CSR 26-2.081; 5/1/09               electric utilities
        methods of release detection for piping; 10 CSR 26-                environmental cost recovery mechanisms; 4 CSR 240-20.091;
                    2.044; 5/1/09                                                     2/3/09, 3/16/09
        methods of release detection for tanks; 10 CSR 26-2.043;           environmental cost recovery mechanisms filing and submis-
                    5/1/09                                                            sion requirements; 4 CSR 240-3.162; 2/3/09,
        no further remedial action determinations; 10 CSR 26-                         3/16/09
                    2.082; 5/1/09                                          net metering; 4 CSR 240-20.065; 4/1/09
        notification requirements; 10 CSR 26-2.022; 5/1/09           filing and reporting requirements
        operation and maintenance of corrosion protection; 10              gas utility small company rate increase procedure; 4 CSR
                    CSR 26-2.031; 5/1/09                                              240-3.240; 5/1/09
        performance standards for new underground storage tank             sewer utility small company rate increase procedure; 4 CSR
                    systems; 10 CSR 26-2.020; 5/1/09                                  240-3.330; 5/1/09
        permanent closure and changes in service; 10 CSR 26-               steam utility small company rate increase procedure; 4 CSR
                    2.061; 5/1/09                                                     240-3.440; 5/1/09
        public participation and notice; 10 CSR 26-2.080; 5/1/09           water utility small compnay rate increase procedure; 4 CSR
        release detection record keeping; 10 CSR 26-2.045;                            240-3.635; 5/1/09
                    5/1/09                                           manufactured housing consumer recovery fund
        release investigation and confirmation steps; 10 CSR               consumer recovery fund; 4 CSR 240-126.020; 5/15/09
                    26-2.052; 5/1/09                                       definitions; 4 CSR 240-126.010; 5/15/09
        release reporting; 10 CSR 26-2.050; 5/1/09                   meetings and hearings; 4 CSR 240-2.020; 5/15/09
        release response and corrective action; 10 CSR 26-2.070;     telecommunication carriers
                    5/1/09                                                 relay Missouri surcharge billing and collections standards; 4
        repairs allowed; 10 CSR 26-2.033; 5/1/09                                      CSR 240-33.170; 11/3/08, 3/16/09
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REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS                                                        minimum record-keeping requirements for county reimburse-
application, certificate, and license fees; 20 CSR 2245-5.020;                          ment and standardization of claims submissions; 13
          5/1/09                                                                        CSR 40-3.020; 1/2/09, 5/15/09
                                                                              organization and administration; 13 CSR 40-71.040; 9/2/08,
REAL ESTATE COMMISSION, MISSOURI                                                        12/15/08
branch offices; 20 CSR 2250-8.030; 5/15/09                                    personnel; 13 CSR 40-71.045; 9/2/08, 12/15/08
broker disclosure form; 20 CSR 2250-8.097; 5/15/09                            reimbursement expenditures; 13 CSR 40-3.010; 1/2/09,
brokerage relationship confirmation; 20 CSR 2250-8.096; 5/15/09                         5/15/09
brokerage relationship disclosure; 20 CSR 2250-8.095; 5/15/09            transitional employment benefit; 13 CSR 40-2.390; 11/3/08, 4/1/09
brokerage service agreements; 20 CSR 2250-8.090; 5/15/09
broker-salesperson and salesperson licenses; transfers; inactive         STATE TAX COMMISSION
          salespersons; 20 CSR 2250-4.050; 5/15/09                       appeals from the local board of equalization; 12 CSR 30-3.010;
closing a real estate brokerage firm; 20 CSR 2250-8.155; 5/15/09         11/17/08, 4/1/09
closing a real estate firm; 20 CSR 2250-8.155; 5/15/09
continuing education requirements for licensees; 20 CSR 2250-            TATTOOING, BODY PIERCING, AND BRANDING,
          10.100; 5/15/09                                                OFFICE OF
escrow or trust account and a separate property management               fees; 20 CSR 2267-2.020; 5/15/09
          escrow account required; 20 CSR 2250-8.220; 5/15/09            license renewal; 20 CSR 2267-2.030; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
individual license; business name; inactive brokers; 20 CSR 2250-        reinstatement; 20 CSR 2267-2.031; 2/3/09, 5/15/09
          4.040; 5/15/09
management agreement required; 20 CSR 2250-8.200; 5/15/09                TAX
partnership, association, or corporation license; 20 CSR 2250-           sales or use
          4.070; 5/15/09                                                      cigarette tax
professional corporations; 20 CSR 2250-4.075; 5/15/09                              adjustments to the distribution of St. Louis County ciga-
                                                                                              rette tax funds pursuant to the federal decennial
RETIREMENT SYSTEMS                                                                            census; 12 CSR 10-16.170; 2/3/09
county employees’ retirement fund, the                                        LP gas or natural gas decals; 12 CSR 10-7.260; 11/3/08,
     additional provisions; 16 CSR 50-20.120; 2/3/09                                    3/2/09
     creditable service; 16 CSR 50-3.010; 2/3/09                              photographers, photofinishers and photoengravers, as defined
     contributions; 16 CSR 560-10.030; 2/3/09                                           in section 144.030, RSMo; 12 CSR 10-103.380;
     definitions                                                                        11/3/08, 3/2/09
          16 CSR 50-10.010; 2/3/09                                            sales tax applies when fuel tax does not; 12 CSR 10-7.170;
          16 CSR 50-20.020; 2/3/09                                                      11/3/08, 3/2/09
     distribution of accounts; 16 CSR 10.050; 5/1/09                          special fuel tax refund claims–purchasers claiming refunds of
     normal retirement benefit; 16 CSR 50-2.090; 2/3/09                                 tax paid on fuel used for nonhighway purposes; 12
                                                                                        CSR 10-7.250; 11/3/08, 3/2/09
                                                                         special motor fuel
REVENUE, DEPARTMENT OF
                                                                                   adjustments to the distribution of funds allocated pursuant
annual adjusted rate of interest; 12 CSR 10-41.010; 12/1/08, 4/1/09                           to Article IV, Section 30 (a) of the Missouri
                                                                                              Constitution as referenced in section 142.345,
SAFE DRINKING WATER COMMISSION                                                                RSMo; 12 CSR 10-7.320; 2/3/09
acceptable and alternate procedures for analyses; 10 CSR 60-5.010;       investment of nonstate funds
           11/3/08, 4/1/09                                                    collateral requirements for nonstate funds; 12 CSR 10-43.030;
consumer confidence reports; 10 CSR 60-8.030; 11/3/08, 4/1/09                           11/3/08, 3/2/09
definitions; 10 CSR 60-2.015; 11/3/08, 4/1/09
initial distribution system evaluation; 10 CSR 60-4.092; 11/3/08,        VETERINARY MEDICAL BOARD, MISSOURI
           4/1/09                                                        examinations
maximum contaminant levels and monitoring requirements for dis-               20 CSR 2270-2.031; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
           infection by-products; 10 CSR 60-4.090; 11/3/08, 4/1/09            20 CSR 2270-3.020; 5/15/09
public notification of conditions affecting a public water supply; 10    fees; 20 CSR 2270-1.021; 5/1/09
           CSR 60-8.010; 11/3/08, 4/1/09                                 reexamination; 20 CSR 2095-2.041; 1/2/09, 4/15/09
reporting requirements; 10 CSR 60-7.010; 11/3/08, 4/1/09
requirements for maintaining public water system records; 10 CSR
           60-9.010; 11/3/08, 4/1/09
source water monitoring and enhanced treatment requirements; 10
           CSR 60-4.052; 11/3/08, 4/1/09
stage 2 disinfectants/disinfection by-products; 10 CSR 60-4.094;
           11/3/08, 4/1/09

SOIL AND WATER DISTRICTS COMMISSION
conservation equipment incentive program; 10 CSR 70-9.010;
         9/15/08

SOCIAL SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF
family services
     basic residential child care core requirements (applicable to all
               agencies)-basics for licensure and licensing proce-
               dures; 13 CSR 40-71.020; 9/2/08, 12/15/08
     definitions; 13 CSR 40-71.010; 9/2/08, 12/15/08
     hearings and judicial review; 13 CSR 40-71.030; 9/2/08,
               12/15/08
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