Legislative Column for Dec. 28, 2018 “There ought to be a law.” How many times have we heard someone say that? Fairly often, I suspect.
Legislative Column for Dec. 20, 2018 Go to almost any New Year’s Eve party and two characters are sure to show up. One is an
A chorus of voices rises throughout the Missouri State Capitol as a Jefferson City High School choir rehearses for the school’s annual Capital Caroling concert.
Legislative Column for Dec. 14, 2018 The house is decorated in reds and greens, a tree is aglow with holiday lights, the smell of baked
On Nov 7, nine people woke up with a new title: Missouri senator-elect. As they join the ranks of the Missouri Senate, these men and
Senator Jill Schupp Files Legislation to Spur Business Growth, Strengthen Communities Senator urges Missouri to join the 34 other states that have passed benefit corporation laws
Legislative Column for Dec. 7, 2018 West Plains residents will not soon forget April 28, 2017. On that day, the rain started hard and kept
Legislative Column for Dec. 7, 2018 If your family is like mine, you’re looking back on Thanksgiving with joy. This holiday, more than any other,
Legislative Column for Nov. 30, 2018 On Nov. 6, Missouri voters expressed their preferences on a number of important ballot issues. One of the most
The start of Missouri’s 2019 legislative session is more than a month away, but already senators are hard at work drafting new laws. The scope