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End of March News and Notes

March 28, 2017Blog Post

Missouri Government News:

(MO Government news comes from Rep. Jerome Barnes of the 28th District this week)

HOUSE COMMITTEE SET TO CONSIDER FY 2018 STATE BUDGET

The House Budget Committee on March 28 is scheduled to begin debate on the 13 appropriations bills that make up the roughly $27.6 state operating budget for the 2018 fiscal year.

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Blue Notes: March 20

March 21, 2017Blog Post

Missouri Government News:

(MO Government news comes from Rep. Jerome Barnes of the 28th District this week)

REPUBLICAN "LEADERSHIP" CONTINUES TO KEEP MONEY OUT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
 

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Mid-March News and Notes

March 14, 2017Blog Post

Missouri Government News:

(MO Government news comes from Rep. Jerome Barnes of the 28th District this week)

Governor Greitens uses Non-Profit to Avoid Transparency

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Join Us Thursday Evening

March 1, 2017Blog Post

Join Jackson County Executive Frank White and Legislator Crystal Williams

in support of the Jackson County Democratic Committee Wiggins Fund

 

                                  

March 2nd, 5:30 - 7:30pm

 

The Well

7421 Broadway, KCMO

 

 

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Members of the MO House Play Games with Your Rights

February 22, 2017Blog Post

If you are someone who travels much, even just domestically, you may have some concerns about Missouri's failure to be in compliance with the federal REAL ID Act of 2005.  This is a federal standard for government identification that became effective in 2008 and required all states to issue driver's and non-driver ID cards meeting higher standards of screening than before.  The federal part of it that is relevant to most people is that after a certain date, only this kind of ID would be accepted for travel by airline, event on domestic flights.  Its passage received bi-partisan support in t

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News From the Past Week in the General Assembly

February 22, 2017Blog Post

(News from the past week in Jefferson City comes to us from Rep. Jerome Barnes of the 28th District)

APPEALS COURT REVERSES RULING AGAINST CORRECTIONS

 

A panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District on Feb. 21 reversed a lower court’s ruling that the state Department of Corrections violated the state Sunshine Law by refusing to disclose records identifying the compounding pharmacies it contracts with to produce pentobarbital, the drug used to execute condemned inmates in Missouri.

 

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Statehouse News for Early February

February 13, 2017Blog Post

This week's review of action in the Missouri General Assembly comes from Rep. DaRon McGee of the 36th District.

 

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