Jefferson City- Sen. Mike Kehoe (R-Jefferson City) met with members of the press to discuss the 2017 Veto Session. During the annual veto session, lawmakers did not attempt to override any of the governor’s vetoes.
JEFFERSON CITY— The following statement was released today by Senate Majority Caucus Leaders on the disciplinary actions taken against Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal. Continue reading “Senate Leaders Release Statement on Disciplinary Actions Against Sen. Chappelle-Nadal”
JEFFERSON CITY— Senate Leader Ron Richard and House Speaker Todd Richardson announced today that their two chambers will work together to develop a funding solution that will preserve in-home and nursing care for more than 8,000 disabled Missourians. Also to be considered is restoring provider rate cuts including cuts to private duty nurses who administer in-home neonatal care. Continue reading “Missouri Senate and House to Develop Funding Solution for In-Home and Nursing Care for Disabled Missourians”
The Bill Also Protects Rights of Alternatives-to-Abortion Facilities
JEFFERSON CITY — This week, the Missouri State Senate sent the governor one of the strongest pieces of legislation to protect life the Show-Me State has seen in years. The measure, Senate Bill 5, closes loopholes in Missouri’s abortion laws and further protects First Amendment rights. Continue reading “Senate Sends Legislation with Strongest Protections for Innocent Unborn Children to Governor”
The Bill Will Also Help Ensure the Health and Safety of Women In Missouri
JEFFERSON CITY— The Senate advanced a measure this week that closes loopholes in Missouri’s abortion laws and further protects First Amendment rights. During the Second Extraordinary Session of the 99th General Assembly, the Legislature was called to protect the lives of the innocent unborn and ensure the health and safety of women in the Show-Me State. Senate Leader Ron Richard, R-Joplin, said a recent judge’s ruling ending certain safety standards led to the urgency of passing these bills now instead of waiting until next January. Continue reading “Senate Advances Measure with Strongest Protections for Innocent Unborn Children in Years”