Missouri Senate

Missouri News: Missouri Senate Leaders React to Governor Parson’s State of the State Address

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Jan. 18, 2019 –  Missouri Senate leaders offer their thoughts on the governor’s policy goals for the 2019 legislative session, highlighted in the State of the State Address. SOURCE: news provided by SENATE.MO.GOV Missouri Links Page Sitemap

Missouri News: Senator Dave Schatz Delivers His Opening Day Address on the First Day of the 2019 Legislative Session

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Jan. 10, 2019 – Missouri Senator Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, the newly elected Senate president pro tem, speaks to members of the Missouri Senate during the first day of the 2019 legislative session. SOURCE: news provided by SENATE.MO.GOV on January 9, 2019

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 News: Governor Mike Parson Applauds Missouri General Assembly’s Passage of STEM Education, Treatment Courts, 43 Board Appointments

Creation of STEM Education and Treatment Court Expansion Will Aid in Preparation of Missouri’s Workforce JEFFERSON CITY, MO — With the nearly unanimous, bipartisan approval from the Missouri Senate on Friday, two pieces of legislation will now go to the Governor’s desk to be signed into law.  The Missouri General Assembly met this week to … Continue reading Missouri News: Governor Mike Parson Applauds Missouri General Assembly’s Passage of STEM Education, Treatment Courts, 43 Board Appointments

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo | Trump tariffs put Missouri Senate candidate Hawley in a bind

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo— The fate of a Missouri nail manufacturer suffering under President Donald Trump’s steel tariffs has put Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley in a bind between his support for the president’s trade strategy and a local plant that says it could be forced to close. Mid Continent Nail Corporation says it could shutter … Continue reading JEFFERSON CITY, Mo | Trump tariffs put Missouri Senate candidate Hawley in a bind

Missouri Political News: This Week in the Missouri Senate for Aug. 31 – New Laws

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews four Missouri Senate measures that are now state law: Senate Bill 564, legislation that modifies provisions relating to public utilities; Senate Bill 954, a measure that allows people found guilty of certain offenses of unlawful use of a weapon to expunge that record; Senate … Continue reading Missouri Political News: This Week in the Missouri Senate for Aug. 31 – New Laws

Missouri News: Senator Jill Schupp’s Legislation to Protect Victims Whose Private, Intimate Photos are Released Without Their Consent is Passed with Bipartisan Support

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — The Missouri General Assembly passed legislation to protect victims whose private, intimate photos are released without their consent.  The legislation, House Bill 1558, includes policy provisions originally included in legislation sponsored by State Sen. Jill Schupp, D- Creve Coeur. “Today’s laws should keep up with today’s technology,” said Sen. Jill Schupp.  … Continue reading Missouri News: Senator Jill Schupp’s Legislation to Protect Victims Whose Private, Intimate Photos are Released Without Their Consent is Passed with Bipartisan Support

Missouri Senate Passes Bill Raising the Age of Juvenile Prosecution

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.

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