JEFFERSON CITY — Individual priorities become group goals, the closer lawmakers get to session. The Second Regular Session of the 100th General Assembly will start
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri senators may spend time discussing public safety next session. Among the pre-filed measures on this subject is Senate Bill 558, which
JEFFERSON CITY — When lawmakers return to Jefferson City for the start of the 2020 legislative session next month, one of the things on their
JEFFERSON CITY — House Bill 126 is among the measures from this year’s legislative session that could be revisited next year. Lawmakers will return to
JEFFERSON CITY — The first prefiled measures have received bill numbers for the 2020 legislative session. Many of these proposals closely resemble those that were
JEFFERSON CITY — Senate Bill 4 is another measure from this year that did not get to the governor’s desk. Work requirements for Supplemental Nutrition
JEFFERSON CITY — Senate Bill 28 was this year’s measure aimed at low-income housing tax credits, but went unfinished during the legislative session.
JEFFERSON CITY — Efforts to create a statewide prescription drug-monitoring program were unsuccessful during this year’s regular legislative session. Lawmakers may try again next year.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Senate Interim Committee on Public Safety holds its first hearing. The panel plans to have a report ready for the
JEFFERSON CITY — The Interim Committee on Tax Credit Efficiency and Reform meets for the third time. The panel plans to schedule a final hearing