Missouri Political News

Missouri News: Missouri State Senator Karla May Discusses Senate Bill 14, Senate Bill 4

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Jan. 25, 2019 – Missouri Senator State Karla May, D-St. Louis, discusses two measures currently under consideration by a Missouri Senate committee.  Senate Bill 14 would modify provisions of law relating to child custody arrangements. Senate Bill 4 seeks to modify the law relating to work requirements for participants in the … Continue reading Missouri News: Missouri State Senator Karla May Discusses Senate Bill 14, Senate Bill 4

Missouri News: Senator Scott Sifton Recognized for his Role in Empowering Family Caregivers

Jefferson City, MO – Jan. 23, 2019 – Missouri  State Senator Scott Sifton,  D-Affton, was recognized by AARP Missouri for his legislative efforts in passing legislation that aims to empower family caregivers. Senate Bill 991, also known as the Caregiver, Advise, Record and Enable (CARE) ACT ensures that a hospital or ambulatory surgical center provides … Continue reading Missouri News: Senator Scott Sifton Recognized for his Role in Empowering Family Caregivers

Missouri News: The Missouri Senate Minute for Jan. 21: Committee Hearings

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Jan. 21, 2019 – Missouri senators are about to start committee hearings.  The panels, and their makeup, were released last week.  The Missouri Senate is not in session today, in honor of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday. Session will resume tomorrow. SOURCE: news provided by SENATE.MO.GOV

Missouri Political News: Missouri Senator Eric Burlison Takes Oath of Office to Serve the 20th Senatorial District

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Jan. 12, 2019 – Missouri State Senator Eric Burlison, R-Battlefield, took the oath of office and was sworn in to represent the 20th Senatorial District during the first day of the 2019 legislative session.  The 20th Senatorial District is comprised of Christian and part of Greene County. “I am honored to … Continue reading Missouri Political News: Missouri Senator Eric Burlison Takes Oath of Office to Serve the 20th Senatorial District

Missouri Political News: Eric Schmitt sworn in as Missouri’s 43rd Attorney General

Jefferson City, MO – Jan. 4, 2018 – Eric Schmitt was sworn in as Missouri’s 43rd Attorney General today at the Missouri Supreme Court in a ceremony led by Chief Justice Zel Fischer.  In remarks following the swearing-in, Schmitt emphasized his duty is to protect Missourians, and to serve as the lawyer for all six million … Continue reading Missouri Political News: Eric Schmitt sworn in as Missouri’s 43rd Attorney General

Missouri News: Governor Parson Signs Executive Order 18-12 that Establishes the Missouri 2020 Complete Count Committee

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Governor Parson signed Executive Order 18-12 establishing the Missouri 2020 Complete Count Committee. The purpose of this committee is to heighten awareness for the 2020 Census and coordinate messaging and community outreach in hard-to-count areas of Missouri.  An accurate census count is the bedrock of U.S. democracy, and it is a … Continue reading Missouri News: Governor Parson Signs Executive Order 18-12 that Establishes the Missouri 2020 Complete Count Committee

Missouri News: Sherwood Forest Camp Approved for $350,000 in Tax Credits

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Missouri State Senator Gary Romine, R-Farmington, is excited to announce that an organization in the 3rd Senatorial District, Sherwood Forest Camp, has been approved for $350,000 in tax credits from the Missouri Department of Economic Development’s Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP). Sherwood Forest Camp provides disadvantaged and at-risk youth from the St. … Continue reading Missouri News: Sherwood Forest Camp Approved for $350,000 in Tax Credits

Missouri Politial News: Auditor Galloway responds to request from Secretary of State for assistance in investigating complaint against Attorney General

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today responded to the request by Secretary Jay Ashcroft for assistance in investigating a complaint against the Attorney General.  The complaint alleges Attorney General Josh Hawley used public funds to support his candidacy for the U.S. Senate.  A routine closeout audit of the Attorney General’s Office … Continue reading Missouri Politial News: Auditor Galloway responds to request from Secretary of State for assistance in investigating complaint against Attorney General