Americans for Prosperity (AFP) gathered inside the Capitol rotunda to rally about a few of the most pressing issues for Missouri legislators and citizens alike: tax cuts and agriculture tax credits.
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The Governor is right about the need for relief, but, unfortunately his approach to meeting those needs will only make matters worse for most of us.
Boyd upset the incumbent in House District 2, Rep. Randy Railsback. The 24-year-old won by a shocking amount, a victory of over 30 points.
"This is absolutely an attempt by the former conservative caucus to move away from divisiveness," Eigel said. "We want to mend some of those fences."
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.
The event, dubbed the Bi-State Softball Showdown, was put on by Greater St. Louis Inc, an economic development agency in the Gateway City that operates on both sides of the Mississippi River.
The conservative caucus, an unofficial alignment of Missouri senators that have been at the center of infighting in the Republican supermajority over the past two years, has disbanded.