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Friday, April 3, 2020

The White Pages: Capitol was bustling this week

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The Capitol was bustling with advocacy rallies, committee hearings, constituent visits and lengthy sessions in the Senate Chamber this week, and I had the...

The White Pages: Another busy week

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We had another busy week in Jefferson City!  My punitive damages bill, Senate Bill 591, was debated at great length in the Senate Chamber...

The White Pages: Legislative Update

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Snow, wintery mixes and more snow were the prominent headlines for the week, but the landscape was perfect for some important legislative milestones.  Both...

The White Pages: Priority bills gain traction in senate

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Although the week was cut short by inclement weather, I am happy to report that two of my priority bills have already begun moving...

The White Pages: A year in the Missouri Senate

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It is hard to believe it has been an entire year since I took the oath to serve in the Missouri Senate.  Now that...

The White Pages: Pre-filing season is underway

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December 2 marked the first day lawmakers could pre-file legislation for the 2020 legislative session. Following the first few days of pre-filing, senators had...

The White Pages: Vehicle Sales

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EXTRAORDINARY SESSION On Sept. 9, the Missouri General Assembly convened for the First Extraordinary Session of the First Regular Session of the 100th General Assembly....

The White Pages: New Beginnings

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On Sept. 9, the Missouri General Assembly will convene the First Extraordinary Session of the 100th General Assembly. Recently, the governor announced he was...

The White Pages: End of First Regular Session

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LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS IN THE STATE CAPITOL Last week marked the end of the First Regular Session of the 100th General Assembly. This was a historic...

The White Pages: Disagreements on legislative priorities

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LEGISLATIVE EFFORTS IN THE STATE CAPITOL As legislators, we recognize that not every proposal will be approved and sent to the governor’s desk for consideration,...

Lawrence William “Larry” Robertson, Jr.

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Lawrence William “Larry” Robertson, Jr., 72, Carthage, Mo., beloved husband, father and “papa”, passed away Wednesday morning, April 1, 2020, at his home. Larry was...
Sandra Sue Giseburt

Sandra Sue Giseburt