This session, the General Assembly passed SB43, a rollback of discrimination and whistleblower protection laws in the state of Missouri. The bill is currently sitting on Governor Eric Greitens’ desk awaiting action. He has three choices: he can sign the bill into law; he can take no action on the bill at which time it will […]View
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HOUSE CHANGES ABORTION BILL, SENDS IT BACK TO SENATE Rejecting the compromise approach to stronger abortion regulations approved by the Senate, the House of Representatives on June 20 voted 110-38 in favor of a more hardline bill, sending the measure back to the upper chamber and likely extending the current special legislative session well into […]View
GROUP OF SENATORS SEEKS INVESTIGATION OF GOVERNOR A bipartisan group six state senators filed a resolution on June 12 seeking an investigation into Republican Gov. Eric Greitens for possible ethical – and potentially criminal – violations relating to his campaign’s procurement and use of the donor list from a non-profit organization Greitens founded. The group […]View
GOVERNOR CALLS ANOTHER SPECIAL LEGISLATIVE SESSION Gov. Eric Greitens on June 7 called a special legislative session asking lawmakers to nullify a St. Louis City ordinance prohibiting employment and housing discrimination against women who are pregnant, use contraception or have had an abortion. Greitens, a Republican, also asked lawmakers to impose various new restrictions on […]View
SENATE PASSES SPECIAL SESSION BILL ON UTILITY RATES After rejecting various amendments, the Senate on May 26 voted 24-5 to grant final approval to legislation authorizing special electric rates for certain industrial facilities that locate in Missouri. The House of Representatives passed the bill on a vote of 120-17-1 two days earlier, and since the […]View
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