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Senator Hoskins was pleased to welcome Kelly Murphy, winner of CBS television's "Tough as Nails" competition to the State Capitol and present him with a Senate resolution.
Legislative Activity Concludes for 2020 This week, the Missouri General Assembly returned to the Capitol for a constitutionally mandated veto session. Lawmakers had the opportunity to overturn the governor’s vetoes of two statutory bills passed during the regular session, but no motions were made...
As lawmakers returned to the State Capitol Building for a special session called by Gov. Parson, they also had constitutionally-mandated work to do in the form of the annual veto session. The Missouri Constitution requires the General Assembly to meet each year in September to consider bills that...
WASHINGTON, DC, Sep 18 -- “The outbreak of the deadly coronavirus pandemic has made healthcare a ‘top of mind’ issue for most Americans, particularly among low-income citizens. “And, it has put a new focus on the 2020 Physician Pro Bono Care Act currently under consideration in Congress,” according...
Greetings Friends! This week I will be heading back to Jefferson City to finish the special session and to have our annual veto session. The Senate has sent bills back to the House that were addressed in special session and changes made. Governor Extends Order Allowing Remote Notarization As...
CHILLICOTHE, Mo. – A project beginning soon on U.S. Route 36 will span three counties and cover more than 73 miles. The Missouri Department of Transportation has contracted with Emery Sapp & Sons, Inc. to complete the project which includes pavement repair between the Clinton County and Macon...
Last week we looked at the framework for the season. There wasn't space in the column to talk about what to expect when the season opens. September deer activity is a lot different than November deer activity. If you have trail cameras out or if you have been scouting, you probably have seen...
The best time to prepare for an emergency is when there is no emergency, says Karen Funkenbusch, University of Missouri Extension health and safety specialist. National Preparedness Month, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), is held annually in September and is a good time...
This week the full Senate returned to the chamber for the first time since Aug. 7. When senators last gathered, we passed Senate Bill 1 and sent it to the House of Representatives for its consideration. The bill we passed early last month included six provisions the governor requested when he...
With the passage of the cold front through Wednesday night, cooler air will be allowed to filter south from Canada and overspread many of the North-Central states on Thursday. AccuWeather Global Weather Center – September 1, 2020 –  As the calendar flips to September, many across the central United...
Since May 2020, the Drive to Feed Kids Pork Partnership has delivered 44,410 pounds of ground pork to Feeding Missouri, the association of Missouri's six regional food banks.
JEFFERSON CITY - Missouri agriculture's efforts to help reduce childhood hunger have now reached every county in the state. Since May 2020, the Drive to Feed Kids Pork Partnership has delivered 44,410 pounds of ground pork to Feeding Missouri, the association of Missouri's six regional food banks....

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