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The Lt. Governor say he’s ready to step up

(MissouriNet) — Missouri Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson says he’s focusing on his job. The Bolivar Republican toured the 21-million dollar Boone County emergency communications center in Columbia yesterday (Tuesday). A reporter asked Parson if he’s “prepping himself in any way for any next steps” that could happen: Parson tells Missourinet …

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Ride the electric bus!

You might want to look both ways when you step off the curb in downtown Jefferson City. Jeff-Tran’s Mark Mehmert says they’re testing a very quiet electric bus. The electric buses don’t come cheap. Some cost as much as a three-quarters of a million dollars. Columbia is already using the …

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New JCMO V-A clinic gets the go – ahead

Since builders had already broken ground at the site, city approval for a new Jefferson City veterans clinic looked to be a slam dunk. The council (last night) unanimously voted to approve the new clinic to be built on West Edgewood, just down the street from the current smaller clinic. …

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A flurry of legislation sneaks in under the wire Friday

New laws came fast and furiois as the 2018 Missouri legislative session wrapped up .. Senate Bill 881 regarding transportation passed by a vote of 88-57. House Bill 1446 regarding elections passed by a vote of 106-33. House Bill 1831 regarding back to school sales tax holiday passed by a vote of …

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Committee on Greitens potential impeachment back to work Tuesday

(KMIZ) – The Missouri Legislature met Friday evening for a historic special session about one hour after ending the regular legislative session. House Resolution 2 lays out the proposed rules and procedures for the special session. The resolution states that all Special Investigative Committee on Oversight hearings will be open to the public, unless members …

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