Audio: Missouri Senate Committee hears Kansas City Chiefs legislation

Legislation designating the Kansas City Chiefs as Missouri’s official professional football team has been heard by a state Senate committee in Jefferson City. Kansas City State Senator Kiki Curls testifies the Chiefs are one of professional football’s most renowned franchises.     State Senator Kiki Curls has testified before the Senate Rules Committee, saying Arrowhead […]

Josh Hawley

Audio: Publication claims documents show NRA and Hawley coordinated ads in Missouri Senate race

A publication claims the National Rifle Association may have improperly coordinated political advertising with Republican Josh Hawley’s campaign for the U.S. Senate.     The Trace, a division of the left-leaning Mother Jones magazine says Federal Communications Commission records show NRA ads in favor of Hawley were placed by the same consultant group that secured […]

Missouri Supreme Court

Audio: Missouri Senate Minority Leader is tired of GOP efforts to overturn measures passed by voters, including Clean Missouri

The Missouri legislative session is underway and Senate Minority Leader Gina Walsh is already feeling it.     Senate Minority Leader Gina Walsh says she’s tired of Republicans trying to reverse ballot measures passed by voters.     Walsh opposes possible Republican plans to overturn a lobbyist gift ban, campaign donations limits and legislative redistricting.

Senator Dan Hegeman

Senator Dan Hegeman selected as Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman

Incoming Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz announced his intention to appoint Senator Dan Hegeman as chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee. The 100th Missouri General Assembly will convene its first regular legislative session on Wednesday, January 9. The Appropriations Committee is tasked with giving preliminary approval to the state operating budget for each fiscal […]

Missouri State Capitol

Audio: Incoming Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz looks ahead to 2019 session

Missouri Senate Republicans are expected to finish three days of caucusing today (Thursday) in St. Louis. Republicans will control the chamber 24-10 in January. Incoming Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz tells Missourinet his agenda will be caucus-driven.     Schatz sponsored a proposed ten-cent gasoline tax increase this year. Proposition D failed statewide by […]