“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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HOUSE ENDORSES LEGISLATION TO OUTLAW ‘REVENGE PORN’ The House of Representatives on Feb. 20 gave first-round approval to legislation that would specifically outlaw so-called “revenge porn,” the dissemination of nude pictures or other private sexual images without the consent of the person depicted. The bill requires a second vote to advance to the Senate. A […]View
On Feb. 6 Social Services Director Steve Corsi was testifying before the Budget Committee concerning his department’s budget request for the upcoming fiscal year. When Rep. Kip Kendrick asked Corsi about his nearly $14,000 supplemental salary included in a second departmental budget, Corsi struggled to explain or justify the extra pay. Three days later, Gov. Greitens announced […]View
Thank you to all who attended last night’s Town Hall Meeting! Cuts to education, student loans, incarceration rates, money for infrastructure, prevailing wage, marijuana legalization/decriminalization, impact of federal tax cuts on Missouri, legislative committees and their purpose, telemedicine, access to mental healthcare, gas tax, barriers to employment, senior services, Internet sales tax, cuts to home […]View
HOUSE GOP AGAIN TRIES TO CUT UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS In yet another attempt to reduce the maximum weeks someone can collect unemployment benefits, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted 96-53 on Feb. 15 for legislation that would make Missouri among the three least generous states in the nation in terms of benefits for workers who lose […]View
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