Search Form
First, enter a politician or zip code
Now, choose a category

Key Votes

SB 391 - Prohibits Local Officials from Regulating Industrial Farms - Missouri Key Vote

Jerome Barnes voted Nay (Passage) on this Legislation.

Read statements Jerome Barnes made in this general time period.

Timeline

Issues Related to SB 391

Stage Details

Legislation - Bill Passed (House) (103-44) - (Key vote)
See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Prohibits Local Officials from Regulating Industrial Farms

Vote Result
Yea Votes
Nay Votes
Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that prohibits local officials from regulating industrial farms.

Highlights:

 

  • Establishes the “Joint Committee on Agriculture” which comprises five members of the Senate, five members of the House of Representatives, and the Director of the Department of Natural resources (Sec. A).

  • Specifies that the Senate members will be appointed by the president pro tempore and the minority floor member of the senate, and the House members will be appointed by the speaker and the minority floor leader of the House (Sec. A).

  • Specifies that non party shall be represented by more than 3 members from the senate no more than 3 members from the house, and a majority of the members of the committee will constitute a quorum (Sec. A).

  • Authorizes the committee to conduct research on the following topics, including but not limited to (Sec. A):

    • The economic impact of Missouri’s agricultural industry, including its contribution to state and local tax revenues;

    • The industry's ongoing efforts to improve environmental stewardship while improving the economic sustainability of agriculture;

    • The creation of incentives to encourage members of the agricultural industry to adopt the best practices to scientifically address Missouri’s carbon footprint; and

    • Missouri residents’ view on agricultural issues through public testimony.

  • Specifies that the committee shall dissolve on January 15, 2024 (Sec. A).

  • Requires all liquefied manure from a concentrated animal feeding operation that is purchased or received by a third party and is surface-applied shall maintain an application setback of at least (Sec. A):

    • 50 feet from a property boundary;

    • 300 feet from any public drink water lake;

    • 300 feet from any public drinking water well;

    • 300 feet from any public water intake structure;

    • 100 feet from any perennial and intermittent streams without vegetation abutting such streams; and

    • 35 feet from any perennial and intermittent streams with vegetation abutting such streams.

Legislation - Bill Passed (Senate) (23-11) - (Key vote)
See How Your Politicians Voted

Title: Prohibits Local Officials from Regulating Industrial Farms

Vote Result
Yea Votes
Nay Votes
Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that prohibits local officials from regulating industrial farms.

Highlights:

 

  • Establishes the “Joint Committee on Agriculture” which comprises five members of the Senate, five members of the House of Representatives, and the Director of the Department of Natural resources (Sec. A).

  • Specifies that the Senate members will be appointed by the president pro tempore and the minority floor member of the senate, and the House members will be appointed by the speaker and the minority floor leader of the House (Sec. A).

  • Specifies that non party shall be represented by more than 3 members from the senate no more than 3 members from the house, and a majority of the members of the committee will constitute a quorum (Sec. A).

  • Authorizes the committee to conduct research on the following topics, including but not limited to (Sec. A):

    • The economic impact of Missouri’s agricultural industry, including its contribution to state and local tax revenues;

    • The industry's ongoing efforts to improve environmental stewardship while improving the economic sustainability of agriculture;

    • The creation of incentives to encourage members of the agricultural industry to adopt the best practices to scientifically address Missouri’s carbon footprint; and

    • Missouri residents’ view on agricultural issues through public testimony.

  • Specifies that the committee shall dissolve on January 15, 2024 (Sec. A).

  • Requires all liquefied manure from a concentrated animal feeding operation that is purchased or received by a third party and is surface-applied shall maintain an application setback of at least (Sec. A):

    • 50 feet from a property boundary;

    • 300 feet from any public drink water lake;

    • 300 feet from any public drinking water well;

    • 300 feet from any public water intake structure;

    • 100 feet from any perennial and intermittent streams without vegetation abutting such streams; and

    • 35 feet from any perennial and intermittent streams with vegetation abutting such streams.

Legislation - Introduced (Senate) -

Title: Prohibits Local Officials from Regulating Industrial Farms

Sponsors

Skip to top

Help us stay free for all your Fellow Americans

Just $5 from everyone reading this would do it.

Thank You!

You are about to be redirected to a secure checkout page.

Please note:

The total order amount will read $0.01. This is a card processor fee. Please know that a recurring donation of the amount and frequency that you selected will be processed and initiated tomorrow. You may see a one-time charge of $0.01 on your statement.

Continue to secure page »

Back to top