Category: Legislative News

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 10: Busy Week in House; Senate Distracted

The Missouri House of Representatives third read and passed 19 bills Thursday morning, sending the bills to the Senate,

How are you planning to celebrate Sunshine Week?

Sunshine Week was launched in 2005 and has grown into an enduring initiative to promote open government. Sunshine Week will

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 9: Busy Week in both House and Senate

This week was a busy one in the state capitol. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate conducted

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 8: Supplemental Budget Passed and Signed

Unlike the past few weeks, leadership of the Senate and the House of Representatives elected to continue working despite

Opinion: Proposed legislation would gut Sunshine Law

By Dennis Ellsworth Executive Director, Missouri Sunshine Coalition It has been almost 50 years since the original Missouri Sunshine Law was

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 6: Filibusters Mark Week for Missouri Senate

Shortly after midnight Wednesday morning, Feb. 9, the Senate ended a 31-hour filibuster without resolving the U.S. Congressional redistricting

2022 Day at the Capitol is Thursday, March 3

Gov. Mike Parson will meet with Missouri Press Association members during the 32nd Annual Day at the Capitol, now

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 5: House, Senate Cancel Session, Hearings Due to Snow

Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning this week were relatively "as usual" in both the Missouri House of Representatives and

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 4: Budget Issues on the Forefront

This week was extremely hectic in the House Budget Committee and Senate Appropriations Committee as the Governor’s office and

’22 Legislative Reports: Week 3: State of the State Address

GOVERNOR PARSON: ‘STATE OF THE STATE IS…STRONG!’ Governor Mike Parson (R), the state’s 57th governor, presented his State of the

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