After two days of grindingly slow legislative progress, the senate finally came to a complete stop today as Senator Bill Eigel finally took to the floor.
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Congressman Mark Alford is putting together an advisory committee that will help guide him on agriculture issues that make their way through Congress. Especially though the House Committee on Agriculture, which Alford has a seat on.
Former State Representative Lyndall Fraker has announced his retirement from state government and plans to join his family's company Rost Ready Mix..
The Missouri House of Representatives officially began work today. The lower chamber started with traditions, which include the swearing-in of last November's election winners.
Empower Missouri held a press conference earlier this week in order to bring attention to the Clean Slate Campaign, which they are leading throughout the state.
For the next two days, Missouri legislators from both chambers and both sides of the aisle will meet together at Lincoln University for a legislative retreat.
Now that the dust from the midterm elections has settled a bit, leadership elections are next. Both chambers of the General Assembly decided who will represent them on their respective floors this session.
In the last few days there is a movement afoot to encourage Senator Koenig run for Pro Tem instead of Floor Leader.
Hough moved SB 3 and SB 5 be combined into one bill and then moved to perfection. He also moved for the adoption of it.
24-year-old Boyd reflects on upset in primary, would be one of Missouri’s youngest legislators if elected
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.