JEFFERSON CITY — A coalition of seven conservative, pro-life members of the Missouri Senate has sent a letter asking the governor to call the General
Committed to Agriculture In the weeks following the adjournment of the General Assembly in May, I’ve had an opportunity to travel around the 21st Senatorial
Senator Holly Rehder’s nine-year crusade to enact a statewide prescription drug monitoring program was fulfilled as the governor signed Senate Bill 63 into law. Senator
JEFFERSON CITY – State Sen. Justin Brown, R-Rolla, encourages nonprofit organizations seeking to address food shortages in larger towns and cities to apply for USDA
The Last Gavel Falls The General Assembly adjourned its 2021 regular session on Friday, May 14, and it has been my distinct honor to represent
JEFFERSON CITY — COVID-19 liability legislation sponsored by State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, was passed by the General Assembly and now awaits the governor’s signature.
Working Together For Public Safety With a fall of a gavel, the First Regular Session of the 101st General Assembly came to a close last
The Session Ends The First Regular Session of the 101st General Assembly has come to an end. Consistent with Missouri’s Constitution, we concluded our work
A Labor of Love The 2021 legislative session has come to a close and the General Assembly has adjourned. It’s been an amazing four-and-half months.
Down to the Wire It’s the final week of the 2021 legislative session and we’re coming down to the wire. There’s a mad rush to