JEFFERSON CITY — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews this year’s annual veto session; the Missouri Senate Economic Development Committee’s informational hearing on gaming;
Recapping the 2021 Veto Session State lawmakers returned to the State Capitol on Wednesday, Sept. 15, for our annual veto session. This usually day-long session
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, has received an A+ rating from the conservative watchdog group Americans for Prosperity. Senator Luetkemeyer received a
Jefferson City — State Sen. Holly Thompson Rehder invites residents of the 27th Senatorial District to attend a series of informal mobile office day events,
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Bill Eigel, R-Weldon Spring, would like to encourage his constituents to participate in Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23, by reading about
Senator Elaine Gannon’s Capitol Report for Sept. 16, 2021 Annual Veto Session Convenes This week, I returned to my home under the dome in Jefferson
JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews Sept. 16, 1817, the birthdate of former state rep. and U.S. Sen. Waldo Johnson.
Protecting Your Personal Liberty On Sept. 9, the president made an announcement that businesses with at least 100 employees must require their workers to be
JEFFERSON CITY — Before lawmakers return to the Capitol for the annual veto session, the Missouri Senate Economic Development Committee has an informational hearing to
Sen. Rick Brattin Urges Governor to Call Lawmakers Back to State Capitol to Stop President’s Vaccine Mandates
Senator Rick Brattin Urges Governor to Call Lawmakers Back to State Capitol to Stop President’s Vaccine Mandates JEFFERSON CITY — On Friday, Sept. 10, Sen.