With Thanksgiving right around the corner and Christmas to follow, it is time to start thinking about 2018. The 2018 legislative session will begin Jan.
The holiday season is quickly approaching, but before we can even think about putting up our Christmas trees or planning the family Thanksgiving dinner, another
In 2009, the Missouri General Assembly passed legislation stating Missouri would not comply with the new federal – REAL ID law. Missouri is one of
As fall arrives across Missouri, we are greeted with the familiar changing colors of the leaves, the brisk autumn air and signs of the harvest.
This past week the Legislature gathered in Jefferson City for the annual veto session. The governor vetoed five measures passed during the regular session. In
I am sure I was not alone this week as I watched as Hurricane Harvey wreak havoc on Houston and
Jefferson City —This week, State Sen. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, released a report that is a culmination of months of research
My office and I have prepared the following information to assist the Interim Committee on Labor Reform with its study of Missouri’s Prevailing Wage Law.
Several weeks ago my annual legislative report was mailed out to constituents in the 26th District. Since then I have heard from many of you.
It is late July and while lawmakers usually find themselves working hard in their districts with constituent matters, this last week