Tag: Legislation

Sliced bread holiday under consideration in Missouri legislature

| February 12, 2018

The proposed plan calls for Missouri Sliced Bread Day to be celebrated annually on July 7. 

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2017 Audit takes center stage for Higginsville Aldermen meeting

| February 5, 2018

The audit has already been viewed by staff and is being recommended for approval. Other measures would prohibit smoking in places of work and another would grant easement access to a local resident .

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Missouri Attorney General sends forth legislative proposals to strengthen Missouri’s Sunshine Law

| January 22, 2018

Hawley’s proposals come following a meeting with the Missouri Press Association over the state of Missouri’s current Sunshine Law.

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Health mandate rescinded with passage of tax bill

| December 21, 2017

Part of the tax plan that passed both houses of Congress this week was the repeal of the ACA mandate.

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Senator Claire McCaskill to FCC: “Deliver on our nation’s universal service promise to Missourians.”

| December 12, 2017

Senator Claire McCaskill urges safeguards in an upcoming FCC broadband auction to protect service in rural areas.

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U.S. Senator from Missouri declines support for medicare expansion bill

| September 13, 2017

A statement from McCaskill’s office indicated support of the measure would be irresponsible since it is currently driving the most debt.

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Recently signed Senate Bill 112 will increase government transparency and accountability

| July 13, 2017

The newly signed bill will penalize local governments who do not properly disclose how taxpayer dollars are being used.

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House Budget Committee unveils spending plan that fully funds K-12 education

| March 16, 2017

The FY 2018 spending plan introduced to the House Budget Committee also restores approximately $52 million in proposed cuts.

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