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State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, will take his first steps on the 2024 legislative journey Friday, pre-filing three bills that address his top priorities for the upcoming session.
A Thankful Outlook
Honoring Our Heroes
House Bill 19 helps west-central Missouri.
State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, was excited to announce the signing of Senate Bills 167 and 171 by the governor, eliminating the need for holders of commercial drivers’ licenses to drive to Jefferson City to provide copies of medical certificates to the state.
State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, is pleased to announce that the governor has signed two priority pieces of legislation designed to protect the women and children of Missouri.
2023 Legislative Session Ends
Lights, Camera, Action
Senate Budget Passes
Senator Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, discusses the Missouri Senate version of the Fiscal Year 2024 state operating budget, which was passed this week.
Senator Denny Hoskins discusses the Fiscal Year 2024 state operating budget, and House Bills 903, 465, 430 & 499, legislation that seeks to change the laws regarding the foreign ownership of real property.
Reviewing the Budget
One Month Remains
Encouraging Rural Development
Senator Denny Hoskins discusses Senate Bill 92, legislation that seeks to establish the Missouri Rural Access to Capital Act; Senate Joint Resolution 42, which — upon voter approval — would create provisions relating to sheriffs; and Senate Bill 588, a measure that would authorize an income tax deduction for certain farmers.
Moving Legislation Forward
Senator Denny Hoskins discusses Senate Bill 413, legislation that seeks to establish the Missouri Angel Investment Incentive Act; Senate Bill 519, a measure that would modify provisions relating to tax credit for the production of biodiesel fuel; and a preview of Missouri’s Fiscal Year 2024 operating budget.
Senator Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, discusses Senate Bills 49, 236 & 164, legislation that seeks to establish the "Missouri Save Adolescents from Experimentation (SAFE) Act" and modify provisions relating to public funding of certain gender transition procedures, and Senate Bill 39, a measure that would establish guidelines for student participation in athletic contests organized by sex. He also talks about taking part in a recent overseas trade mission for Missouri.
Fighting for Our Kids
Senator Hoskins Condemns SAPA Ruling
Keeping Missouri Farms Local
An Eventful Week in the Missouri Senate
Advancing Legislative Priorities
Senator Denny Hoskins discusses Senate Bills 4, 42 & 89, legislation that seeks to modify provisions regarding elementary and secondary education; Senate Bill 176, a measure that would reduce the top income tax rate; Senate Bill 161, which would exempt the sale of food from sales tax; and Senate Bill 8, a measure that would reduce the assessment percentage of personal property.
The Legislative Process Continues
Senator Denny Hoskins discusses Senate Bills 3 & 69, which would modify provisions relating to the promotion of business development; Senate Bill 94, legislation that seeks to establish the Show MO Act; and Senate Bill 170, a measure that would establish the Entertainment Industry Jobs Act.
The First Bill Clears the Senate
The Legislative Session Continues
Senator Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, discusses his thoughts on last week’s State of the State address; Senate Bill 3, legislation that seeks to establish the Regulatory Sandbox Act; and Senate Bill 8, which would reduce the assessment percentage of personal property.
The State of the State
Committee Assignments for 2023
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, discusses his committee assignments for the new General Assembly, and a preview of the governor’s annual budget address to lawmakers.
Senator Hoskins Named Chairman of Economic Development Committee
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, discusses the 2023 legislative session, which started on Jan. 4.
The 2023 Legislative Session Begins