One of the last bills to pass this session will alter the way utilities change their water and sewer rates in Missouri if signed into law.
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During the last week of the session, The Missouri Times will bring you updates of floor activity for each chamber. Keep up-to-date here.
A police reform bill headlined the end of session, with Sen. Brian Williams working to progress language reflecting last year's civil unrest.
"I think as a state, we have an obligation to help keep people safe."
Missourians will have the option for license plates honoring the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum under a bill signed into law this week.
Several senators say that the tale of how the session ultimately ended in bizarre fashion began on March 8, the day that Senator Roy Blunt announced his retirement.
The petition suggests placing the proposal on the Nov. 8, 2022 ballot — more than a year after the first increase would take place.
With session in the books, lawmakers from both parties and chambers sat down to discuss the bills that passed the finish line.
With an hour left in session, the Missouri House approved a bill proponents say would protect the Second Amendment rights of Missourians.
On the evening before the final day of session, the Senate broke. Camaraderie among lawmakers in the upper chamber ended over the FRA bill.