Category: Legislative Reports

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,

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

Legislative Report: 2021 MISSOURI LEGISLATIVE SESSION COMES TO A CLOSE

The Missouri General Assembly ended the 2021 legislative session Friday, May 14 at 6:00 p.m. with some major accomplishments

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