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Missouri Bill Prohibiting the Enforcement of Same-Sex Marriage (HB 1107)

This law was last updated on Dec 6, 2016


State

Missouri

Number

HB 1107

Status

Failed to Pass

Proposed

Mar 4, 2015

Topics

LGBTQ, Religious Freedom

Full Bill Text

house.mo.gov

HB 1107 would prohibit the state from enforcing a marriage other than a marriage between a man and a woman. Additionally, no state or local taxpayer funds or state or local government employee salaries could be dispersed for an activity that includes the licensing or support of a marriage other than a marriage between a man and a woman.

Any employee of the state who willfully and knowingly violates the provisions of this act would be terminated and would no longer receive any salary and employee benefits.

Any active employee who is a member of any state, political subdivision, or instrumentality retirement system who is not vested at the time the bill becomes effective who willfully and knowingly violates the provision of this bill would be subject to the loss of benefits of the respective plan, minus the individual employee’s contributions.

STATUS

Similar to SB 555.


People

Primary Sponsor