The NUCOR facility in Sedalia is beginning to gear up for production. Job fairs will be held in: • Marshall, Aug. 28, 7 p.m., Martin Community Center • State Fair Community College, Aug. 29, 7 a.m., 7 p.m. • University of Central Missouri, Aug. 30, 7 p.m. Also, as promised, I will continue to summarize Truly Agreed to and Finally Passed (TAFP) bills from this legislative session. This week I will continue with Senate bills. 2018 Truly Agreed to and Finally Passed bills SB 594 (Signed by governor: 6/22/18) — Exempts certain types of commercial insurance lines from filing requirements with respect to rates, rate plans, modifications, and manuals This act exempts certain lines and endorsements of commercial insurance from requirements to file rates, rate plans, modifications, and manuals with the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions, and Professional Registration, and specifies that filings for other commercial lines and endorsements shall be filed for informational purposes within 10 days of their use. SB 598 (Signed by governor: 6/1/18) — Modifies provisions relating to the Department of Transportation utility corridor This act requires that the Department of Transportation utility corridor be up to 12 feet wide, with the location of such corridor determined by the State Highways and Transportation Commission. This act also requires the Commission to promulgate rules setting forth a system for requesting and issuing variances to requirements. SB 603 (Signed by governor: 6/1/18) — Modifies provisions relating to virtual education This act changes the Missouri Virtual Instruction Program (MOVIP) to "The Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program" and allows any eligible student to enroll in program courses of his or her choice to be paid by the school district or charter school, if the student has been enrolled full-time in a public school, including a public charter school, for at least one semester immediately prior to enrolling in the program, and the course is approved by the student's school district or charter school through a procedure described in the act. SB 608 (Signed by governor: 7/5/18) — Modifies provisions regarding sovereign immunity and the liability of property owners when criminal conduct occurs on the property Under current law a land owner is not liable for the death or injury of a trespasser, when the trespasser is substantially impaired by alcohol or illicit controlled substances, unless the land owner acted with negligence or willful and wanton misconduct. This act removes that the property owner may be held liable when he or she acts with negligence. SB 623 (Signed by governor: 6/1/18) — Modifies provisions relating to foreclosure proceeds Under current law, any surplus proceeds from a foreclosure sale of real estate are placed in the county treasury, for a term of three years, in trust for the publicly recorded owner of the property at the time of the delinquent land tax auction. This act modifies that provision such that surplus funds shall be distributed first to any recorded lien holders prior to being distributed to the owner. If after three years any funds have not been distributed such funds shall become a permanent school fund for the county. Furthermore, the term for which the proceeds shall stay in the county treasury is modified to be the lesser of 3 years or 90 days following the expiration of the redemption period. It is an honor to serve the 51st District in the Missouri House of Representatives. Each week I will issue a capitol report to keep you informed of activities in Jefferson City. Any concerns or issues you might have are of great interest to me. I look forward to your input and thoughts, so please feel free to contact me at any time if you have questions, concerns, or ideas to improve our state government and the quality of life for all Missourians. My telephone number is 573-751-2204 or you may contact me by email at email@example.com. Thank you for working with me to make Missouri a great place to live.