Media Archive - Senator Holly Thompson Rehder
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The Fruits of Important Legislation
Senate Bill 775 gave us this group last year.
Changes to the Upcoming Election Season
New Texting While Driving Laws
Sending Money Back Where it Came From
Change for the Better
Honored Missourians’ Names Enshrined by Law
Increasing Protections for Students Learning Alongside Adults
Educational Opportunities for Missouri Adults
Family Education for Future Parents
Trading Superfluous Costs for Brighter, Safer Futures
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder, R-Scott City, has been honored by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, being named a “2023 Business Champion.”
Financial Relief for Missouri’s Senior Citizens
Fair Competition for Missouri's Female Athletes
Crossing the Finish Line
Fulfilling Our Duty
Protecting Our Constitution
The Budget Line by Line
Turning to the Budget
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder discusses her role on the Missouri Senate Appropriations Committee and their upcoming work on the Fiscal Year 2024 state operating budget.
A Week of Tragedy and Results
How Bills Become Laws
Protecting Women's Sports
Senate Bill 39 Receives Initial Approval in Senate
When Debate Fails
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder discusses legislation relating to transgender issues. Senate Bills 49, 236 & 164 seeks to establish the "Missouri Save Adolescents from Experimentation (SAFE) Act." Senate Bill 39 would establish guidelines for student participation in athletic contests organized by sex.
A Second Chance at Education
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder discusses Senate Bill 127, legislation that seeks to enact provisions relating to infrastructure designation, and Senate Bill 199, a measure that would modify provisions regarding adult high schools.
Reducing Regulations for Rural Health Care
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder discusses Senate Bills 4, 42 & 89, legislation that seeks to modify provisions regarding transparency in public schools and create the Parents' Bill of Rights Act of 2023, and Senate Bill 40, a measure that would require school districts to conduct criminal background checks on certain adults seeking enrollment in courses taught at public schools.
Protecting Children and Empowering Parents
Help in a Time of Crisis
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder discusses Senate Bill 198, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to the waiver of fees for birth certificates for certain victims, and Senate Bill 106, a measure that would prohibit the performance of certain patient examinations upon anaesthetized or unconscious patients.
Fighting Human Trafficking
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder discusses Senate Bill 41, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to the administration of medications by pharmacists. Her proposal was heard by the Missouri Senate Governmental Accountability Committee. Senator Thompson Rehder also talks about her role on the Missouri Senate Appropriations Committee and previews some of the things that could take precedent with the Missouri Senate yet this session.
Committee Activity Continues
Speaking of Priorities: The 2023 State of the State
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses her thoughts on last week’s State of the State address.
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder to Chair Senate Fiscal Oversight Committee
Prior Year Archives
The Christmases We Remember
The start of the 2023 legislative session is still about a month away, but already work has begun.
The Truth About Vaccines
Cutting Taxes and Helping Farmers
A Halftime Report
Sen. Holly Thompson Rehder and Senate Colleagues Invite Educators and the Public to Discuss Childhood LiteracyFriday, July 29, 2022
Senator Holly Thompson Rehder and Senate Colleagues Invite Educators and the Public to Discuss Childhood Literacy
Saving Children From Traffickers
Dial 988 in Times of Crisis
A New Approach to Homelessness
JEFFERSON CITY — Creating more effective solutions to homelessness in Missouri became closer to reality as legislation sponsored by Sen. Holly Thompson Rehder, R-Scott City
Powerful Medicine to Combat Addiction
The Session Ends
An Eventful Week
If you’ve driven through Kansas City or St. Louis, more likely than not you have seen individuals sleeping on the sidewalk or experiencing episodes of extreme mental distress.
Budget Work Continues
Three Weeks to Go
When Things Don’t Make Sense
Great News, Bad News
It’s Time to Do the Work
Standing with Parents
Breaking the Logjam
An Avalanche of Opposition
Looking Past Redistricting
A Great Start to Session
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