The initiative will assist family members of fallen officers, contribute to scholarship funds for police officers’ children, and directly support law enforcement officials.
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James Turner studies political science at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Previously, he was a legislative intern for the Associated Students of the University of Missouri. James is a native of Ferguson, Missouri.
Majority Floor Leader Caleb Rowden has proposed expanding Missouri’s virtual and online school programs.
Bills aimed at restructuring Missouri’s initiative petition process continue to dominate the early stages of session in lower chamber hearings.
A proposal from Sen. Bill Eigel ignited debate on charter school development and public school operations in a Senate Education Committee.
"I’m honored to lead the state’s efforts in expanding access to broadband, which is a truly life-changing prospect for communities all across our state."
The bill seeks to increase the threshold of voter passage of initiative petitions to two-thirds instead of a simple majority.
Rep. Louis Riggs said his experience chairing the seven-member Special Committee on Broadband Development was an “eye-opener.”
"It’s about landowners’ rights to harvest deer on their land free of charge."