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Download the pdf. Retirement legislation update Several bills dealing with the Public School Retirement System (PSRS) advanced this week in the Missouri General Assembly. The House Pensions Committee conducted a hearing on HB723 (Pike) that allows a retired member of the Public School or Public Education Employees Retirement System who has [...]
Download the pdf. Voucher bill voted out of committee and placed on Senate calendar The Senate Ways and Means Committee voted out a revised version of SB160 (Koenig) by a vote of 5-1. The voucher bill has been placed on the Senate calendar and could come up for debate before the [...]
Download the pdf. Voucher Bill has hearing in Senate committee The Senate Ways and Means Committee conducted a hearing on SB160 (Koenig) that would establish the Missouri Empowerment Scholarship Accounts Program. If this bill sounds familiar, it is substantially similar to legislation in the past that has been filed to create [...]
Download the pdf. House begins work on budget The House Budget Committee took testimony this week from Gov. Mike Parson’s administration. Parson outlined many of his budget priorities for the next fiscal year in his State of the State Address, but this week was the first time members of the House [...]
Download the pdf. Gov. Parson delivers State of the State Address Missouri’s 57th governor spoke to a joint session of the 100th General Assembly on Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. Gov. Mike Parson, a former lawmaker elected lieutenant governor in 2016, assumed the position as Missouri’s chief executive after then-Gov. Eric Greitens [...]
Download the printable pdf. New Year brings in many new office holders The First Regular Session of the 100th General Assembly began at noon on Jan. 9, 2019. The previous year in Missouri politics has resulted in many new faces from the governor’s office to newly elected members of the legislature. [...]
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