Second Round of Ethics Reform Bills Headed to the Senate (HB 2166, HB 2203, HB 2226) On the first day of the legislative session, House Speaker Todd Richardson called on the Missouri House to make substantive ethics reform a top priority for the 2016 legislative session. Just a few weeks later, the House had made […]View
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The eyes of the nation have been on mid-Missouri in recent days as the unrest on the Columbia campus of the University of Missouri has made national headlines. The protests made by students, as well as some faculty, were targeted at what they saw as a lack of leadership from MU System President Tim Wolfe […]View
General Assembly Gives Final Approval to Legislation Containing State Rep. John McCaherty’s Language to Honor Korean War Veterans
Veterans who have received a Korea Defense Service Medal could obtain special license plates under legislation approved by the Missouri General Assembly. The legislation (SB 254) contains language identical to that in a bill (HB 229) sponsored by state Rep. John McCaherty. McCaherty said the legislation will serve as a way to properly recognize soldiers […]View