A bill that would allow Missourians to carry concealed firearms on public transit was perfected in the lower chamber Wednesday.
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“If you can’t hear, you’re going to have a difficult time reaching your full potential at school.”
The Missouri Senate considered a bill that would create a time limit for lawsuits over injuries from products for more than two hours Tuesday.
The Senate Education Committee considered a bill that would designate and deal with “persistently failing schools” Tuesday afternoon.
“Capt. David Dorn dedicated his life to serving his community. This memorial will present a great opportunity to honor Capt. Dorn for everything he did to keep the citizens of St. Louis safe.”
A bill seeking to evaluate statewide data sharing for law enforcement is on deck in the Missouri Legislature this year.
The Missouri House passed a bill that would put control of eminent domain issues in the hands of local officials Thursday.
The Missouri House third read and passed a bill proponents say would crack down on election fraud Wednesday.
“Given the data, Missouri has already fallen behind on vaccine distribution to Black populations."
A new bill from Sen. Elaine Gannon that would add pets to orders of protection was heard in a Senate committee Monday afternoon.