After perfecting it during a lengthy debate earlier this week, the Missouri Senate voted to pass a controversial public safety bill Thursday.
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"For far too long, students have been trapped in failing schools. 2021 will be the year we finally give parents more options by putting students first.”
The lawmakers said they were called into the speaker’s office who said the future of their bills are jeopardized if they did not support charter expansion legislation and other education reform proposals.
The Missouri Senate easily passed Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer’s COVID liability protection bill Tuesday morning, sending it to the lower chamber.
Eight hours of debate — and an evacuation of the Capitol due to a fire alarm — ultimately resulted in the perfection of a sweeping bill related to law enforcement officers and protestors.
A new bill from Sen. Elaine Gannon that would add pets to orders of protection was heard in a Senate committee Monday afternoon.
Former Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder recalled Missouri native Rush Limbaugh's impact on the landscape of politics after his passing last week.
"Rush was one of the most consequential voices in modern conservatism."
“We will take the rest of the week one day at a time in an effort to keep folks safe.”
Here’s a look at what we know about the overpayments and what the Special Committee on Government Oversight recommended after concluding its public hearing.