Republican state representatives from Northland Kansas City officially requested Gov. Mike Parson call a special session to address the Kansas City Police Department’s budget.
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The special session convened on June 23 to address FRA reauthorization.
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.
A Senate committee considered a pair of COVID liability bills Tuesday, resurrecting the conversation in the Missouri Legislature.
“Thousands of Missouri families lost their jobs during the health crisis through no fault of their own, and these programs have provided a lifeline to them.”
A controversial resolution rejecting the 2020 presidential election results in other states passed a House committee Monday night — but it appears to be blocked from making it to the full floor.
Gov. Mike Parson signed off on the supplemental budget package from the extraordinary session Friday afternoon.
A House committee will meet on Monday to discuss a resolution calling on Congress to reject the 2020 presidential election results.
COVID liability protection will be a major reassurance for Missouri businesses when it comes up next session, Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe said.
Missouri is partnering with Texas-based Vizient, Inc. to bring more than 700 new hospital staff to aid the state’s health centers.
With a little more than a month before lawmakers are due back in Jefferson City for the 2021 legislative session, pre-filing opened Tuesday.