Following a filibuster spanning the early morning hours, the Missouri Senate passed a House tort reform bill Wednesday.
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"SB 51 is a must-pass piece of legislation if we want our communities to thrive again."
With a run for the U.S. Senate in the works, here’s a look at Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s career so far, from legislator to executive.
"The simple fact remains that SB 51 means fewer lawsuits and more freedom for Missourians who want to get back to normal."
"With all the progress we have made in response to COVID, we cannot allow our state to backslide into shutting down again."
The Missouri Senate perfected its version of a bill Monday that would allow bars and restaurants to permanently sell alcoholic drinks to go.
Ben Brown, one of the most vociferous opponents of COVID-19 shutdown measures in Missouri, announced his run for state Senate Tuesday.
The Missouri Senate is once again considering asbestos litigation reform this session after an attempt stalled during last year's session.
"Without a bill like SB 51, our local entities will be subjected to the threat of COVID-19 related lawsuits by opportunistic lawyers."
The Missouri Senate considered a bill that would create a time limit for lawsuits over injuries from products for more than two hours Tuesday.