March 2018

Creating More Competitive, Efficient Programs

Reforming Missouri’s Historic Preservation Tax Credit Program

As we move through session, the one thing the Constitution requires the Legislature to approve is the state operating budget. Along with the House, the Senate will build and balance Missouri’s $28 million budget in a way that continues to decrease the size of government while funding necessary services. But, we will have to make the difficult decision about how much we will fund our higher education, our roads, health care, and how are going to take care of our senior citizens. Continue reading “Creating More Competitive, Efficient Programs”

Sen. Onder Discusses the 21st Century Course Access Act

JEFFERSON CITY – Sen. Bob Onder, R-Lake Saint Louis, discusses the 21st Century Course Access Act, which gives students the courses they need to succeed.

Sen. Brown Gives Budget Update

JEFFERSON CITY – Sen. Dan Brown, R-Rolla, gives an update on the budget and the supplemental spending bill.

Sen. Munzlinger Discusses Industrial Hemp Opportunities

JEFFERSON CITY – Sen. Brian Munzlinger, R-Williamstown, discusses industrial hemp and the opportunity it provides Missouri farmers.

Sen. Richard Discusses the Legislative Session

JEFFERSON CITY – Senate Leader Ron Richard, R-Joplin, discusses the positive direction the legislative session is headed.

Mid-Session Update: Missouri’s Economic Future is Looking Bright

Senators Return to Their Home Districts With Good News to Report

JEFFERSON CITY – As Missouri State Senators return to their districts for the legislative spring break, good news will accompany them. The Senate has spent the first half of the legislative session focusing on legislation to improve the state’s business climate, and the economic outlook of the state is bright. Continue reading “Mid-Session Update: Missouri’s Economic Future is Looking Bright”

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