During the last two weeks of the session, The Missouri Times will bring you hourly updates of floor activity for each chamber. Below is all the activity in the Senate from Monday, May 8.
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The 21st is a new district that takes in 37% of the Kansas City suburbs in Clay County and 63% of rural central Missouri stretching all the way to Booneville and into Howard County.
ST. LOUIS, MO - David Gregory, candidate for Missouri Senate District 15 and former state representative, today called for St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s resignation.
Now that the dust from the midterm elections has settled a bit, leadership elections are next. Both chambers of the General Assembly decided who will represent them on their respective floors this session.
Rep. Tracy McCreery has won the seat for Senate District 24.
Scott Faughn fires up his F-150 and hits the road visiting with candidates, voters, consultants, and bar patrons around the state bringing you the best ground coverage leading up to Election Day.
DeGroot will be joining his longtime friend, Senator-elect Curtis Trent, as he moves from the lower to the upper chamber. DeGroot will be working as Trent’s chief of staff for this upcoming session.
Missouri House Democrats have pushed back against Gov. Mike Parson’s proposed income tax cut and agricultural tax credit program. Spearheaded by Minority Floor Leader Rep. Crystal Quade, D-Springfield, Democrats have called the plan “fiscally irresponsible.”
Jefferson City, Mo. — Gov. Mike Parson will bring the Missouri General Assembly into Jefferson City on Sep. 6 to work on multiple tax-related pieces of…
Sen. Jason Bean, R-Dunklin County, launched his own bid for Senate leadership Friday. Bean issued a letter to his colleagues announcing his run for Assistant Majority Floor Leader, focusing on accountability, consistency in leadership and uniting of the Republican caucus.