Media Archive - Senator Jill Carter
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State Sen. Jill Carter, R-Granby, will be hosting a Coffee and Catch Up meeting on Sunday, Sept. 3, at 6:00 p.m., at Joplin Greenhouse & The Coffee Shop, 2820 E. 32nd St. in Joplin.
Sen. Carter Urges Governor to Call Special Session on IP Reform to Protect Missouri’s Constitution Using Concurrent Majority RatificationThursday, August 17, 2023
On Thursday, Aug. 17, Sen. Jill Carter, R-Granby, sent a letter to the governor urging him to call members of the Missouri Senate and House of Representatives back to the State Capitol for a special session to focus solely on Initiative Petition (IP) Reform, reforming the standards by which the Missouri Constitution is altered or replaced.
State Legislators Seek to Pass Constitutional Sheriff SJR
If approved by the voters, SJR 42 would enshrine the office of sheriff in the Missouri Constitution.
Today's press conference to discuss Senate Joint Resolution 42 has been canceled and will be rescheduled at a later date.
State Sen. Jill Carter will be hosting a press conference alongside Sen. Bill Eigel and House handler Rep. Bennie Cook to discuss Senate Joint Resolution 42.
Save Adolescents from Experimentation (S.A.F.E.) Act
Weekly Update on Bill Progress
Senator Jill Carter Presents Legislation to Require a Concurrent Majority to Amend Missouri’s ConstitutionWednesday, February 15, 2023
State Sen. Jill Carter, R-Granby, presented Senate Joint Resolution 28 to the Senate Local Government and Elections Committee this week.
Last week, I presented three of my bills before different committees. You can find brief summaries of my sponsored legislation and watch my committee presentations by clicking the links below.
Senator Jill Carter discusses Senate Bills 45 & 90, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to MO HealthNet services for pregnant and postpartum women; initiative petition reform; Senate Bill 165, a measure that would create the "Save Women's Sports Act" and provisions regarding usage of school locker rooms; and Senate Bill 85, which would provide for the designation of local control school districts.
Update on the First Few Weeks of the 2023 Legislative Session
Senator Jill Carter, R-Granby, discusses her committee assignments for this and next year.
State Sen. Jill Carter, R-Granby, took the oath of office and was sworn in as a member of the 102nd General Assembly on Jan. 4, 2023.