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JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Karla May, D-St. Louis, announces she has pre-filed a red flag bill, calling it “Right to Life” legislation.
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Karla May, D-St. Louis, issued the following statement relating to the shooting that occurred this morning at the Central Visual & Performing Arts High School in St. Louis
Last week, my fellow legislators and I returned to the State Capitol to convene the annual veto session and an extra legislative session called by the governor to address income tax cuts and various agricultural provisions.
As our community continues to deal with the aftermath of the devastating flooding from last month, I wanted to provide you with several resources available from state and federal agencies to help families affected by the flooding.
JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Karla May, D-St. Louis, invites educators, parents and concerned members of the community to participate in a public forum
Senator Karla May and Senate Colleagues Invite Educators and the Public to Discuss Childhood Literacy JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Karla May, D-St. Louis, invites
The Week of May 23, 2022
The 2022 legislative session came to an early close in the Missouri Senate on May 12. Despite ending a day early, the Senate managed to pass a number of important bills.
It was another week of late nights and long debates on the Senate floor.
Despite the shortened week due to the Easter Monday holiday, the Missouri Senate managed to work through a number of bills at a steady pace this week.
On April 7, history was made with the confirmation of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson as the first Black woman to sit on the United States Supreme Court.
It was a relatively quiet and productive week in the Missouri Senate this past week, with the body passing numerous bills and resolutions.
Over the past weekend, I attended several events celebrating Women’s History Month, starting with my own Pioneering Black Women’s Day event.
On March 21, the Missouri Senate started the second half of the legislative session on a productive note, sending several pieces of legislation over to the Missouri House of Representatives for further consideration.
On March 8, the Senate began discussing Senate Bill 775. The legislation modifies provisions relating to sexual offenses and makes several changes to the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights.
This week, the Senate debated Senate Bill 678 and Senate Joint Resolution 38, which modify the funding requirements for the Kansas City Police Department.
The Senate began the week by observing President’s Day this week.
It’s still slow-goings in the Missouri Senate, as filibustering continues to take up time on the Senate floor.
As the General Assembly unthaws after last week’s snow storm, legislative action in the Missouri Senate has been frozen on a single topic – congressional redistricting.
The threat of a major winter storm across the state led the General Assembly to meet for a shortened week.
Congressional redistricting has begun to take center stage on the floor of the Missouri Senate.
This week, on Jan. 19, members of both the Missouri House of Representatives and Missouri Senate came together to hear the governor deliver his annual State of the State address.
This week, the Senate met for its first full week of the 2022 legislative session.
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