The Missouri Times spoke to the three senators in the room when the final deal was cut to pass the map. Senate Majority Leader Caleb Rowden, Senate Minority Leader John Rizzo, and de facto leader of the senate conservative caucus, Senator Bill Eigel.
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Winners stem from Farm Bureau to the Soybean Association to the Cattlemen, and really all of the Missouri ag community.
During the last two weeks of the session, The Missouri Times will bring you hourly updates of floor activity for each chamber.
Rep. Mike Haffner’s HB 2005, enhances protections for Missouri property owners when private companies seek to use eminent domain to build high-voltage electrical transmission lines — like the Grain Belt Express Project. The bill was deftly moved through the upper chamber by Sen. Jason Bean.
The Arnold Police Officers Association has announced its endorsement for Republican state Rep. Dan Shaul for SD 22.
Rep. J. Eggleston is all in for state Senate. He is running to replace Sen. Dan Hegeman in SD 12 as he reaches the term limit for his time in the House.
We have ranked the top 10 races by competitiveness.
Missouri Senate leadership held its end-of-the-week press conference Thursday afternoon, touching on a multitude of topics.
"I don’t need the fame. I don’t seek the celebrity. I just want to deliver results," Sen. Steven Roberts said in the new ad.