JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses the first half of the 2021 legislative session and Senate Bill 63, which would put a prescription drug-monitoring program into place.
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- Senator Rehder says there are fewer Missouri senators than there are state representatives in our state.
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- Senator Rehder adds most of the priority legislation for this year has moved through the upper chamber, including Senate Bill 55.
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- Senator Rehder also says Senate Bill 63, which would put a prescription drug-monitoring program into place, will be a priority in the second half of session.
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- Senator Rehder says her legislation is further along than in past years.
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