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.
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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.
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.
"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."
All 11 of Missouri's women in the upper chamber, both Republican and Democrat, have taken one message on tour this summer — "You Can, Too!"
Monday morning Sen. Mike Cierpiot, R-Jackson County, took to Pete Mundo’s “Mundo in the Morning”' show on KCMO radio in Kansas City and shared his views on the conservative caucus, Missouri Right to Life and the current state of the Missouri Senate.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt rolled to a smashing victory in the U.S. Senate race with 45% of the vote. Congresswoman Hartzler came in second with 22%. In a change of pace, it was the woman beating Eric Greitens, instead of the other way around, he came in a distant third with a weak 18%.
The Senate Interim Committee on Illegal Immigration conducted its second meeting to examine varying aspects of illegal immigration in Missouri.
“This isn’t something that’s dead on arrival, like gun laws,” Roberts said. “It would be one of those compromises on something that they're (Republicans) trying to get done. Then having something that we're trying to get done, as well — that's fair, reasonable, and would have bipartisan support.”
"I don't believe that we even get in the conversation without this bill being passed," Rizzo said on a phone call.