HOUSE COMMITTEE ADVANCES $28 BILLION STATE BUDGET Ignoring most of the governor’s major spending recommendations, the House Budget Committee on March 14 approved its version of the roughly $28 billion state operating budget for the upcoming 2019 fiscal year. The full House of Representatives is expected to take up the 13 appropriations bills that make […]View
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AG CLOSES ONE INQUIRY INTO GREITENS, OPENS ANOTHER On the same day Attorney General Josh Hawley closed an investigation into whether Republican Gov. Eric Greitens and members of his staff violated Missouri’s record retention laws, Hawley on March 1 opened a separate inquiry into a charity founded by Greitens to assist military veterans. The attorney […]View
On Tuesday, I filed to run for a third term in the Missouri House. While my time in the state legislature has been challenging, I also believe that I have been able to make a difference. Serving Columbia, the 45th District, and its institutions, businesses, and families is an honor that I do not take […]View
HOUSE TO INVESTIGATE GREITENS AFTER FELONY CHARGE The House of Representatives voted 154-0 on March 1 in favor of a resolution authorizing a legislative committee to investigate Republican Gov. Eric Greitens, who a week earlier was indicted by a St. Louis grand jury on a felony charge of first degree invasion of privacy. However, Republican […]View
“The House will begin an investigation soon as a potential precursor to impeachment proceedings. Should this investigative panel decide to pursue impeachment proceedings, it will not be because of partisan politics. It will be a decision made by House members of both parties to move the state forward. This scandal and the felony charge transcend […]View
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