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HB 1014: the exhibit should include pre 1973 medical devices

A bill, introduced today:

HB 1014  
Requires the Missouri State Museum to include a display on the history of abortion
Sponsor: Moon, Mike (157)
Proposed Effective Date: 8/28/2017…

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HB 151: HA 5 - we're all kneeling before the right wingnuts in the General Assembly now

Via Twitter this afternoon, from Representative Stacey Newman (D):

RepStaceyNewman ‏@staceynewman
REAL ID debate has gone into Alternate Reality. MIssourians, Good luck flying with your driver license after Jan 2018.

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HB 954: "That's not how it works. That's not how any of this works."

Gee, propose a solution that’s not going to solve the problem.

The paranoid obstruction continues.

A bill, introduced last Thursday:

HB 954  
Conditions the consent given to the United States to acquire certain state lands on the state receiving an exemption to federal REAL ID requirements…

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A stylized dance

Yesterday evening the Warrensburg MSTA-CTA (teachers) held an informational meeting with Johnson County area legislators. The program listed Denny Hoskins (r-21st Senate District), Dean Dohrman (r-51st Legislative District), Glen Kolkmeyer (r-53rd Legislative District), and Dan Houx (r-54th Legislative District). 225 more words

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HB 949: It's supposed to be an honor to have a bill named after you, right?

We should probably ask Sarah Steelman (r) about that.

A bill, introduced yesterday:

HB 949  
Establishes the Sarah Steelman Transparency and Disclosure Act
Sponsor: Ellebracht, Mark (017)

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HB 922: Why not?

A bill introduced today:

HB 922  
Designates March 17th as “sleep day” in the Missouri
Sponsor: Kelley, Mike (127)
Proposed Effective Date: 8/28/2017
LR Number: 1721H.01I…

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VIDEO: Missouri Republican Cuts Mic To Silence NAACP Official

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – A Missouri Republican legislator has come under strong criticism for cutting the microphone to silence the head of the state’s NAACP chapter, who was speaking out at a public hearing against a bill that would restrict discrimination lawsuits. 442 more words

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