The Administrative Hearing Commission set a June 21, 2022 hearing date to receive testimony from both sides of the issue.
Posts published in “Ethics”
"Most errors found were minor. Every penny was accounted for and match the general ledger and checking account."
On this week's episode of This Week in Missouri Politics David Barklage sat down with many others to discuss numerous topics, one being Schmitt and his battle of unmasking schools around Missouri.
A campaign finance complaint lodged against Rep. Ian Mackey was closed by the Missouri Ethics Commission without any disciplinary action.
Sen. Karla May spoke out against last week’s censure of Rep. Wiley Price, calling it “hypocrisy” from Republican leadership in the House.
The Missouri House voted to censure Rep. Wiley Price after making the historic move to attempt expulsion on the House floor.
The Missouri House voted to approve new rules for the 101st General Assembly after nearly a dozen amendments died on the floor Tuesday.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft found “no probable cause” Auditor Nicole Galloway violated state law and misused her office during the 2020 campaigns.
House majority leadership announced its intention to consider the physical and sexual abuse allegations leveled against Rick Roeber.