Tag: Sen. Jamilah Nasheed

Governor’s commissioners pass draft motion to not fund tax credits in FY2019

COLUMBIA, Mo. – At the rescheduled Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC) meeting Friday, six men voted in an executive suite at the Holiday Inn to support a draft motion to not issues tax credits for FY2019. Over an estimated 150-200 people, ranging from tax credit housing residents, lawmakers, and stakeholders looked […]

Sen. Nasheed calling for removal of Missouri Veterans Commission director

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Amidst allegations of negligence and mistreatment in the St. Louis Veterans Home, Sen. Jamilah Nasheed is calling on Governor Eric Greitens “to do right” by Missouri’s veterans. The St. Louis state senator is circulating a petition calling on the Republican governor to ask for the resignation […]

Seat vacated ahead of CON meeting

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Andrew Lear, formerly of Learfield Communications, stepped down from the Missouri Health Facilities Review Committee (MHFRC) before their Certificate of Need (CON) meeting on November 6. He resigned from the committee before the background review process could be completed because he did not feel comfortable with the investigation going […]

Little-known provision in Uber bill releases non-emergency medical transportation from burdensome regulations

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Transportation networking companies scored a major victory with the passage of HB 130, better known as the Uber bill, during the past legislative session. But a little-known component of the bill has big implications for another group besides ride-sharing companies; one single sentence, added to the […]

Is Hawley reluctant to run for U.S. Senate, or just reluctant to answer the question?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Recent news about Attorney General Josh Hawley’s potential run for U.S. Senate continues to leave voters with questions about the status of the Republican’s intentions. Just last week, it was announced that Hawley was forming an exploratory committee for a possible bid against U.S. Sen. Claire […]

Mallinckrodt celebrates opening of new expansion with Senators Nasheed and Walsh on hand

ST. LOUIS – State Senators Gina Walsh and Jamilah Nasheed were on hand this week to celebrate the opening of a new production expansion for Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals. The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for the latest piece of the company’s three-year, $55 million investment in its St. Louis manufacturing plant. […]

Rone says ‘in the Bootheel, a deal is a deal’ on special session language

NEW MADRID, Mo. — As anticipation builds toward Monday at 4:00 p.m. when the Gov. Eric Greitens has set for a special legislative session to allow the General Assembly the opportunity to pass legislation that would provide the Public Service Commission more opportunities to attract industry to Missouri, rumors and posturing […]

Senate’s final hours of session saw a PQ and budget win

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The final hours of the legislative session could be described as a chaotic and dysfunctional end to an abnormal session, as both parties utilized the extremes of the rules in a legislative session that saw extreme victories for Republicans on huge pieces of legislation and infighting […]

House, Senate compromise on budget, still on schedule to pass before deadline

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – It looks as if the Missouri legislature might be able to get the budget to the governor’s desk by the Friday evening deadline after all. After rescheduling a meeting of the budget conference committees seven times, members of the House and Senate finally gathered in the […]