Tag: KMZU Capitol Conversation

KMZU Capitol Conversation — Rep. Peggy McGaugh confident in passage of budget and tax bills this session

| April 25, 2018

Rep. Peggy McGaugh told KMZU’s Brian Lock she won’t let felony charges against Gov. Eric Greitens stop her or her party from governing as they weigh a budget for the next fiscal year and a possible tax cut for Missourians.

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The KMZU Capitol Conversation — State tax reform won’t be sidetracked by Greitens spectacle, Senator Hegeman says

| April 12, 2018

As allegations swirl and Governor Eric Greitens sucks up all the political oxygen in Jefferson City, Senator Denny Hoskins (R-21) says he is focused on issues that will directly impact Missourians, like tax cuts. A special session to consider articles of impeachment proceedings is slated to be held in May.

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The KMZU Capitol Conversation — As Governor Greitens trudges on, legislators push forward

| January 17, 2018

Rep. Rusty Black (R-Mo. 7) says Governor Greitens (R-Mo.) should not resign – at least, not yet – but the governor isn’t his main focus. His focus, he says, is on the people of Missouri’s 7th House District and how to make life better for them.

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NEWSMAKER — The Capitol Conversation: Senator Roy Blunt reflects on 2017, sees promise in 2018

| January 11, 2018

Senator Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) reflects on 2017 and surveys the lay of the land in the year ahead as Congress sets its goals for 2018. Be sure to catch part 2 of this KMZU Capitol Conversation series with Senator Blunt and KMZU’s Brian Lock on Friday at 7:25 a.m.

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NEWSMAKER — KMZU Capitol Conversation: Sen. Dan Hegeman hits the ground running in 2018

| December 20, 2017

The first legislative session of 2018 will get underway at the Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City Wednesday, January 3.

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NEWSMAKER — The Capitol Conversation: Rep. Rusty Black remembers Rep. Mike Lair, grapples with HCB-3

| September 20, 2017

HCB-3, also known as the senior social services law, would provide benefits for 8,000 Missourians. Lawmakers struggled with the bill all year and following a veto by Governor Greitens this summer, were unable to override that veto last week in Jefferson City.

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NEWSMAKER — The Capitol Conversation: Rep. Dohrman reflects on Spring legislative sessions

| May 31, 2017

Rep. Dean Dohrman, from Missouri’s 51st District, told KMZU News positive economic results for the state were drummed up during last week’s special legislative session.

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