Ordinances by Topic Courts and Justice System
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|70523||Domestic violence leave bill
BOARD BILL NO. 261 INTRODUCED BY ALDERWOMAN MEGAN-ELLYIA GREEN, ALDERWOMAN CARA SPENCER, ALDERWOMAN CAROL HOWARD, AND ALDERMAN LARRY ARNOWITZ, ALDERMAN CHRIS CARTER An ordinance requiring employers to provide unpaid leave for victims of domestic violence, sexual violence, and stalking; containing definitions; violations; a penalty clause; and a severability clause.
|70511||Municipal Court operations
BOARD BILL NO. 302 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN COATAR An ordinance regarding certain Municipal Court operations; amending Ordinance 57839, Section Two, to be codified in the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis (“Code”) at Chapter 1.12.045; repealing Section Seven of Ordinance 62779, as codified at Chapter 17.53.070 of the Code ; and containing an emergency clause.
|70502||Unattended firearms lock-up requirement and reporting of stolen firearms
BOARD BILL NO. 196 INTRODUCED BY: ALDERWOMAN KREWSON An ordinance for the public health and welfare, requiring unattended firearms in motor vehicles to be stored in a locked condition; requiring stolen guns to be reported to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, to establish that a rebuttable presumption exists that a firearm in a vehicle is the property of the driver of said vehicle; and containing a savings clause, a severability clause, and an emergency clause.
|70436||Ordinance pertaining to court fees
BOARD BILL NO. 98 INTRODUCED BY ALDERMAN JEFFREY BOYD An Ordinance pertaining to miscellaneous fees or surcharges imposed by the City Courts; amending Section Two of Ordinance 56787, codified as Section 3.08.240 of the Revised Code of the City of St. Louis, by providing for the assessment of a four dollar ($4.00) fee imposed by the City Courts for payment of court costs by means other than cash or negotiable instrument in order to cover the transaction costs imposed by credit card companies or other payment providers and containing an emergency clause.
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