From concurrent jurisdiction to protections for schools during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, here's a look at what bills senators introduced during the special session on violent crime.
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The special session convened on July 27 to address violent crime.
"Together, we have a real opportunity to create a Missouri that holds the welfare of the people as its supreme law."
“We’re talking about the violent crime that’s becoming prevalent not only in St. Louis and Kansas City but other areas too.”
As the controversy around the McCloskeys continues, Sen. Karla May says she would fight a concurrent jurisdication provision if it were proposed.
After concerns were raised over safety during the special session, those working in the Capitol will be eligible for COVID-19 testing courtesy of DHSS.
With a legislative special session on the horizon, Sen. John Rizzo requested the state provide COVID-19 testing to those working in the Capitol.
Gov. Mike Parson called lawmakers back to convene back in the capital city later this month to address violent crime.