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(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – Today, Governor Mike Parson signed HB 271 into law, which establishes greater accountability for local leaders when imposing public health orders and prohibits local COVID-19 vaccine passports.  “This legislation I am signing today requires local leaders to be more...
Memorial Day was a rainy one up until 6:00 p.m. in the evening. A ceremony hosted by Mark McBee was cancelled due to the weather and many visitors to the cemetery came on Saturday and Sunday to avoid the rain. Highland Cemetery in Hamilton is a beautiful place to visit or to just enjoy a walk. See...
Memorial Day is a time for us to honor the heroic men and women who have given their lives in defense of our freedoms and the United States of America. It goes without saying that these selfless soldiers did not enter their service with the goal of losing their lives and seeing their names engraved...
AccuWeather Global Weather Center – May 26, 2021 – AccuWeather meteorologists are tracking a slow-moving storm that is likely to put a damper on Memorial Day weekend in parts of the Midwest and Northeast. The storm will not only keep conditions cool for the unofficial start of summer but could also...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – The House and Senate officially adjourned according to the constitution on May 14th, but the work doesn’t stop there. Legislators will now return to their districts to continue working with their local communities and constituents throughout the summer and fall. We will be...
Senator Hoskins welcomes a group of grade school students from Hardeman R-10 school of Marshall to the Missouri State Capitol.
Down to the Wire It’s the final week of the 2021 legislative session and we’re coming down to the wire. There’s a mad rush to get legislation passed, either in a bill’s original form or as amendments added to other bills headed to the governor’s desk. As each chamber of the Legislature weighs in,...
Entries now being accepted for livestock and competitive exhibits Entries are now being accepted online for all State Fair livestock shows and competitive exhibits. Complete rules and regulations for all shows and contests are available in the online Premium Guide.  All entrants must complete the ...
Weekly Capitol Report – Representative Randy Railsback   JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – The House and Senate gave final approval to the FY22 State Operating Budget this week. The spending plan continues to support state operations while also providing funding to programs that will help lead Missouri out of...
Bringing Your Tax Dollars Home The General Assembly’s attention was focused on the budget this week as we worked toward a 6 p.m. Friday deadline to finish work on appropriations bills. The $35 billion budget approved this week fully funds the foundation formula for K-12 education and increases...
Washington, D.C.: "Florida has made headlines already as the foremost leader in ending unnecessary lockdowns and returning its citizens to normal life," said Ed Martin, Phyllis Schlafly Eagles president. "It's no surprise that they're one of the first states moving along significant voting reforms...

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