JEFFERSON CITY — In just two days, lawmakers will return to the State Capitol for the start of the 2017 legislative session. Most of the priority
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators prepare to return to Jefferson City for the start of the First Regular Session of the 99th General Assembly, which is
JEFFERSON CITY — Among the issues that could be discussed during next year’s legislative session could be health care. The potential of changing federal law
JEFFERSON CITY — Already, nearly 200 measures have been prefiled in the Missouri Senate, as lawmakers prepare for the next legislative session. The 2017 session will
JEFFERSON CITY — Legislation could come next year, based on the findings of the Senate Interim Committee on Utility Regulation and Infrastructure Investment, which met
JEFFERSON CITY — The start of the next regular legislative session is only five weeks away. Prefiled legislation will receive bill numbers for 2017 on
JEFFERSON CITY — Legislation addressing transportation funding and adding a religious freedom clause to the Missouri Constitution were both considered by Missouri senators this year.
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators pick leadership for the upcoming two years. The First Regular Session of the 99th General Assembly will start in January.
JEFFERSON CITY — Education is the focus of some of Missouri’s new laws in 2016. Senate Bill 711 requires CPR instruction and training during high school.
JEFFERSON CITY — A new law addresses crime victims. Senate Bill 921 took effect on Aug. 28. We’ve included actualities from bill sponsor, Sen. Jeanie Riddle,