The room was packed last night at a Town Hall sponsored by Jobs for Justice. The event brought attention to Gov. Greitens’ veto of HCB3. At risk are more than 8000 Missourians who are in jeopardy of losing in-home and skilled nursing services unless the Governor’s veto is overidden in the upcoming September 13th veto […]View
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RENEWED QUESTIONS ABOUT AG’S COMPLIANCE WITH LAW Questions have resurfaced regarding whether Attorney General Josh Hawley is complying a with a state law that requires him to live in Jefferson City after he voted earlier this month in a special legislative election in Boone County. Shortly after taking office in January, Hawley, a Republican, said […]View
With Gov. Greitens’ veto of HCB3, more than 8000 Missourians are at risk of losing in-home and skilled nursing services. This will have a devastating effect on seniors, veterans and others with disabilities who rely on assistance in order to remain independent and in their own homes. There is the opportunity to override Greitens’ veto […]View
KC VOTERS PASS MINIMUM WAGE HIKE DESPITE STATE LAW With 69 percent support, Kansas City voters on Nov. 8 approved a ballot measure that seeks to bump the citywide minimum wage as $10 an hour effective Aug. 24 before gradually increasing it to $15 an hour in 2022. The move came in defiance of a […]View
During the 2017 Regular Legislative Session I filed HB 964 to rename a section of Providence Road between I-70 and the Business Loop for Sherman Brown Jr. to honor the location where Mr. Brown and his siblings grew up. Mr. Brown was a tremendous individual, a successful business owner, a mentor to many, and a […]View
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