Sen. Karla May spoke out against last week’s censure of Rep. Wiley Price, calling it “hypocrisy” from Republican leadership in the House.
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Members of the Missouri National Guard will be providing assistance next week during the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
An increase in security was requested in the Capitol following recent events, including the FBI warning of upcoming “armed protests'' at statehouses around the country ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration.
"Even in the darkest times, Missouri shines on."
WATCH LIVE: Gov. Mike Parson is sworn in to his first full term as Missouri's chief executive.
We asked the new senators a couple of questions ahead of their start in the upper chamber. Get to know them better here.
“Attorney General Schmitt absolutely had no knowledge of or involvement in the robocall, and condemns the violence that took place on Wednesday in the strongest possible terms, period.”
As demonstrators gathered in Washington D.C., a peaceful demonstration was held outside the Missouri Capitol as well.
When the first day of the legislative session got underway Wednesday, any disruption of normal proceedings was expected to be due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, lawmakers quickly pivoted to address the rioting in Washington, D.C.
Republicans in Missouri’s congressional delegation are split on whether to certify the 2020 presidential election results.