Category: Missouri Senate

Missouri Senate, Jefferson City, Missouri

This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 11, 1887

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 11, 1887, start of the Extra Session of the…

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Sen. Hegeman’s Column for the Week of May 10: Budget Awaits Executive Action

As is said so often, the Missouri General Assembly has one constitutionally mandated job: create a balanced budget each year….

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The Missouri Senate Minute for May 10: Final Week

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators have one week left in the 2021 legislative session, which will end at 6 p.m….

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Sen. Karla May’s May Report for the Week of May 3, 2021

On the Floor This week, the Missouri General Assembly passed a more than $35 billion state operating budget for the…

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Senator Holly Rehder’s Legislative Column for May 10, 2021

Protection Orders Bill Passes It was a crazy busy week in the Missouri Senate this week. With the deadline for…

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Sen. Sandy Crawford’s Capitol Report for the Week of May 3

I am proud to say House Bill 685 is on its way to the governor. This measure seeks to change…

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This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 10, 1871

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 10, 1871, the day the Missouri Legislature established Normal…

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This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 8, 1884

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 8, 1884, the birth date of Harry S. Truman….

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Sen. Mike Moon’s U.S. Supreme Court Resolution Gains Traction in Missouri House

Senator Mike Moon’s U.S. Supreme Court Resolution Gains Traction in Missouri House JEFFERSON CITY – A concurrent resolution sponsored by…

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Audio: Sen. Rick Brattin’s Podcast for the Week of May 3

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Rick Brattin, R-Harrisonville, discusses Missouri’s Fiscal Year 2022 operating budget.   To download audio, please…

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Sen. Andrew Koenig’s Capitol Report for May 7, 2021

Legislature Passes Huge Win for Missouri Students On Thursday, May 6, the Missouri Senate passed House Bill 349 that will…

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Senator Denny Hoskins’ Capitol Report for Week of May 3, 2021

Bringing Your Tax Dollars Home The General Assembly’s attention was focused on the budget this week as we worked toward…

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Senator Tony Luetkemeyer Announces Budget Victories

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, announces the Fiscal Year 2022 budget finalized this week by the Missouri…

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Senator Tony Luetkemeyer’s Legislative Column for May 7, 2021

Approving the Budget With a constitutional deadline looming, the General Assembly today finalized Missouri’s $34 billion operating budget for Fiscal…

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Senator Justin Brown’s Legislative Column for May 7, 2021

Passing the Budget There are two critical dates that loom over every legislative session. One is the final day, which…

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Senator Greg Razer Secures Funding for Buck O’Neil Bridge Feasibility Study

Senator Greg Razer Secures Funding for Buck O’Neil Bridge Feasibility Study JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Greg Razer, D-Kansas City,…

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This Week in the Missouri Senate for May 7: FY ’22 Budget

JEFFERSON CITY — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews: Missouri’s Fiscal Year 2022 operating budget; The remaining week of…

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Sen. Mike Bernskoetter’s Legislative Column for May 7, 2021

The Final Countdown The end of the 2021 legislative session is fast approaching. With only one week of session left,…

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Missouri General Assembly Approves Proposal to Increase Access to HIV Prevention Medication

Missouri General Assembly Approves Proposal to Increase Access to HIV Prevention Medication JEFFERSON CITY — Legislation allowing HIV-prevention medication to…

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Senator Bill White’s Military Affairs Bill Heads to Governor

For Immediate Release: May 7, 2021 Contact: Mike Kelley: 573-751-2173 Senator Bill White’s Military Affairs Bill Heads to Governor Jefferson…

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Senator Karla Eslinger’s Legislative Column for May 7, 2021

Digging into the Budget As I prepare this report, the Missouri General Assembly will soon vote on a Fiscal Year…

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Audio: Sen. Holly Rehder’s Podcast for the Week of May 3

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses her orders of protection language, which is contained in Senate…

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This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 7, 1848

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 7, 1848, the day former Missouri lawmaker William Stone…

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Senator Bill White’s Capitol Report for May 6, 2021

Senator Bill White’s Capitol Report for May 6, 2021 So Close and Yet So Far With the end of session…

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Sen. Mike Cierpiot’s Capitol Report for May 5, 2021

Explaining My Vote on Medicaid Expansion Recently, I voted to increase Medicaid funding to reflect the expansion approved by voters…

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“Keeping Up” with MO State Sen. Elaine Gannon for the Week of April 26

JEFFERSON CITY — In this week’s edition of “Keeping Up,” Sen. Elaine Gannon, R-De Soto, discusses the past week in…

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The Missouri Senate Minute for May 5: Public Safety and Energy

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators discuss House Bill 59, which relates to public safety, and House Bill 697, which seeks…

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This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 5, 1775

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 5, 1775, the day Missouri’s first governor was born….

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Senator Elaine Gannon’s Bill to Help Victims of Domestic Violence Heads to the Governor

For Immediate Release: May 4, 2021 Contact: Heather McKnelly, 573-751-4008 Senator Elaine Gannon’s Bill to Help Victims of Domestic Violence…

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