Legislative Column for December 10, 2020 For the past nine months we’ve kept our distance, washed our hands and waited for the development of a
Looking Forward to Session With less than a month remaining before the start of the next legislative session on Jan. 6, lawmakers have begun pre-filing
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, has pre-filed legislation to limit the number of administrative rules in Missouri. Senate Bill 180 would require
Legislative Column for Dec. 4, 2020 Anyone who has ever crafted a household budget or written a business plan knows how difficult it is to
Extra Session Ends, Pre-Filing Begins This week, the Missouri Senate completed the task the governor put before us when he called the Legislature back to
JEFFERSON CITY —State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, pre-filed “anti-doxing” legislation to protect law enforcement officers and their families from unwarranted disclosure of their personal, private information.
Capital city residents and visitors to Jefferson City received their first glimpse of a rare sight just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. For the
Senator Jill Schupp’s Priority Legislation Reflects District’s Values Reducing Gun Violence, Helping Survivors of Domestic Abuse and Making Voting Easier JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen.
Legislative Column for November 25, 2020 The dishes have been cleared and the leftover turkey is packed away. For many Americans, that can only mean
Have a Happy Thanksgiving For many families, one of the highlights of each year is the moment when loved ones come together around a holiday