“At the end of the day, I felt like there were a lot of issues that I really cared about and was hopeful that I could make a difference at the state level.”
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Bills meant to reform eminent domain policies aimed at the Grain Belt Express project drew a crowd of supporters to the statehouse Wednesday.
Rick Roeber is only the second member of the Missouri House to be expelled.
Last week, Gov. Mike Parson asked for David Steelman’s help in the transition of the University of Missouri System Board of Curators.
After debate stalled in the early afternoon, the Senate perfected a firefighter benefits bill Wednesday without a controversial amendment attached.
The House perfected a bill allowing homeschoolers to participate in school activities with penalties for institutions that violate it.
House members used a rare procedural move to strip a bill barring discrimination based on a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity from the House Children and Families Committee this week.
“I had high hopes for the session, but it’s even better than I thought it would be because I do think everybody is trying to do the best they can.”