Missouri H.B. 209 (passed house by April 14, 2011 by 110-45 vote)

(bill specifies that in any action for private nuisance the court or jury must visit the site in question if any party makes a request; bill specifies that exclusive damages that can be awarded for private nuisance arising from property used for farming, agriculture crop or animal production purposes are (for permanent nuisances) compensatory damages measured by drop in fair market value of claimant's property caused by the nuisance (capped at fair market value of property, and (for temporary nuisance) compensatory damages measured by drop in fair market value of property as a result of the nuisance; if successive claims for temporary nuisance filed activity deemed a permanent nuisance). 

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