Category: Legislative Resources

Legislative Report: VETO SESSION CALM IN HOUSE, DISORIENTED IN SENATE

The Missouri General Assembly met Wednesday, Sept. 15, for its annual Veto Session, resulting in no overturned legislation. Governor

Legislative Report: MID-SEPTEMBER VETO SESSION NEXT WEEK

Missouri state legislators will gather in Jefferson City on Wednesday, Sept. 15, for their annual Veto Session. Each year,

Postage rate increase will go into effect Aug. 29, Court says

The Postal Service will raise postage rates on August 29, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District

Legislative Report: MISSOURI SUPREME COURT TOSSES OUT 2018 BILL DUE TO MULTIPLE SUBJECTS

A lawsuit filed by the City of De Soto and a De Soto resident (the plaintiffs) sought a declaratory

Legislative Report: HOUSE BILL 362 MODIFYING THE SUNSHINE LAW, VETOED BY GOVERNOR PARSON

On July 9, Governor Mike Parson vetoed House Bill 362, sponsored by Rep. Bruce DeGroot, R-Ellisville, a bill modifying

Legislative Report: GOVERNOR SIGNS COVID LIABILITY PROTECTION IN MISSOURI

Today Governor Mike Parson signed Senate Bill 51 & 42 (Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville), the bill establishing limited protection for persons

Legislative Report: LEGISLATURE PASSES FRA BILL; AVOIDS FY22 BUDGET WITHHOLDS

The Missouri General Assembly ended its first special session of 2021 on Wednesday afternoon, June 30, as the House

Legislative Report: GOVERNOR CALLS SPECIAL SESSION FOR FRA

Governor Mike Parson (R) has announced a special session will begin at 12 noon on Wednesday, June 23, in the state

Legislative Report: SPECIAL SESSIONS LIKELY ON MEDICAID FUNDING AND REDISTRICTING

Medicaid - On May 14, the Missouri General Assembly adjourned for the year without passing the extension of the

Legislative Report: MISSOURI GENERAL ASSEMBLY SENDS ALL PASSED LEGISLATION TO GOVERNOR

The Missouri House of Representatives and Missouri Senate held technical sessions on Tuesday, May 25, and sent all bills

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