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(From left to right) President Pro Tem Ron Richard, Sen. Mike Kehoe, Sen. Shalonn Curls and Capitol Commission Chair Dana Miller cut the Capitol cake. Hidden behind the cake is Rep. Pat Conway.

Capitol Commission celebrates capstone centennial

Capitol Commission celebrates capstone centennial

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri State Capitol Commission celebrated an important milestone in the building’s history Wednesday. After both chambers had adjourned for the day, legislative leaders and members of the commission cut a four-foot tall giant cake in the shape of the Capitol dome the Capitol Rotunda to celebrate the 100th anniversary of

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Tesla license expires, awaits court decision on stay to re-open

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – New Year’s Eve marked a tough night in the Show Me State for the nation’s pre-eminent electric car company. Tesla’s license to sell cars in the state of Missouri expired Saturday, but the company hopes a court ruling expected Wednesday keeps its three Missouri venues open. Cole County Circuit Court Judge

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Senate Majority Caucus re-elects Ron Richard as President Pro Tem

Majority Caucus Leaders Say Top Issues for Next Session Include Labor and Regulatory Reform JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Sen. Ron Richard, R-Joplin, will keep his position as President Pro Tem of the Missouri Senate. The Senate Majority Caucus re-elected Richard, who served as Pro Tem at the end of the first session of the 98th

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Kehoe blames veto overrides on Nixon’s ‘management’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Republicans have spent the last week celebrating Gov. Jay Nixon’s status as the most overridden governor in Missouri history. But Sen. Mike Kehoe, the majority floor leader, lamented that there had to be so many in his Capitol Report to constituents. Republicans overrode 13 bills on Wednesday, adding to Nixon’s record-setting

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Winners & Losers from the 2016 Session

Winners Speaker Richardson – This session may ultimately be remembered for voter ID and the year that Todd Richardson took his place as the most powerful leader amongst state Republicans. His leadership team led by Floor Leader Mike Cierpiot struck the perfect tone throughout session. He got to the high ground on ethics reform and

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TWMP Preview: Mike Kehoe, and the Republican gubernatorial race heats up

On the special Missouri Lincoln Days 2016 episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, Sen. Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City, sits down with host Scott Faughn to discuss his confidence in passing ethics legislation, the firing of Melissa Click by the University of Missouri Board of Curators, tort reform, and his role as the majority floor leader. They

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Kehoe confident in ethics legislation strategy

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As ethics legislation marches through the legislative process, Sen. Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City, said that keeping the bills narrowly tailored remains a high priority even as the bills move between the chambers. At a Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics Committee Hearing, Kehoe and four other senators recommended do pass two

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McGaugh, legislators recognized by Missouri Corn Growers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Last week, the Missouri Corn Growers held their annual meeting at their headquarters in Jefferson City and took time to honor a group of legislators that have supported the industry with their time in office. Sen. Mike Kehoe and Rep. Jay Houghton were given the Corn Growers’ Public Servant Award, and

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Blunt visits Cole County to talk about infrastructure

RUSSELLVILLE, Mo. – U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, visited with local officials in southern Cole County near Russellville, Missouri to speak about roads, bridges and other pieces of infrastructure in Missouri. Blunt touted a recent and rare compromise in Congress to move a new five-year highway bill which will allot around $300 billion federal dollars

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