JEFFERSON CITY, MO (STL.News) The Missouri Senate gave approval to a bill that would raise the cutoff age, from 17 to 18, for which most criminal offenses are prosecuted in juvenile courts. That proposal, Senate Bill 793, now heads to the Missouri House of Representatives for further consideration.
Missouri Senate Employees give back to the community with a long history of helping the Jefferson City community Jefferson City, MO/December 18, 2017 (STL.News) – Employees of the Missouri Senate have a long history of helping the Jefferson City community. Whether it is a staff member volunteering their time and efforts, making a financial donation … Continue reading Missouri Senate Employees Give Back to the Community
JEFFERSON CITY, MO/August 31, 2017 (STL.News) In a statement released by Ron Richard, Senate President Pro Tem on the Missouri Senate website, August 30, 2017 offers the following information. This week, the nation has watched as Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Houston and on the neighboring communities. Thousands of people have been misplaced. Homes and businesses … Continue reading Senator Ron Richard’s Updates from the Capitol: Helping Houston from Missouri
Educational facts about the Missouri General Assembly, Senate, Senators and Representatives JEFFERSON CITY, MO/July 9, 2017 (STL.News) Missouri has 34 Senators that have a diversified background including previous or existing business owners, lawyers, educators and even agriculture related backgrounds. Of the 34 Senators, 31 have served previously in the House of Representatives. Like most jobs/professions, … Continue reading Facts about the Missouri General Assembly, Senate, Senators and Representatives
The Bill Will Also Help Ensure the Health and Safety of Women In Missouri JEFFERSON CITY, MO/June 15, 2017 (STL.News) — The Senate advanced a measure this week that closes loopholes in Missouri’s abortion laws and further protects First Amendment rights. During the Second Extraordinary Session of the 99th General Assembly, the Legislature was called … Continue reading Senate Advances Measure with Strongest Protections for Innocent Unborn Children in Years
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo./May 12, 2017 (AP) (StlRealEstate.News) — The Latest on developments in the Missouri Legislature, which is scheduled to end its annual session at 6 p.m. Friday (all times local): 1:25 p.m. The Missouri House has struck down a bill that would’ve provided buyouts for homeowners living near a St. Louis-area Superfund site, prompting … Continue reading The Latest: Missouri Senate grinds to halt in final hours