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MO Legislative Session Wrap-up: Not a Barn-Burner

Jun
04

The 2012 Legislative Session came to a close on May 18. While arguably lacking in substance, three fourths of the 114 bills were passed during the last two weeks of session in a flurry of activity. In terms of the overall picture, there were 1,126 House bills filed of which 76 passed. Only 38 of the 506 Senate bills passed.

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At the Capitol: Tensions Rise

Apr
20

At the Capitol
Tensions Rise Between the Missouri House and Senate

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At the Capitol: 45 Lawmakers "Already Elected"

Apr
12

While the Senate works on appropriations in committee, the House and Senate give no indication that they are taking up any weighty issues on the floor. So, this week’s update will focus on the upcoming elections. The following candidates face no challengers in either the primary or the general election.

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Action Alert: Small Business Lending

Mar
05

Action Alert: Small Business Lending Enhancement Act – S.509

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State Legislation - February 10

Feb
10

Information new this week is in italics.

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State Legislation 2012 - February 3, 2012

Feb
03

​Information new this week is in italics.

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State’s Legislative Districts Finalized

Dec
16

A panel of state appellate judges finalized new state legislative districts on November 30, producing House districts that group 40 percent of eligible returning incumbent state representatives with fellow incumbents and creating a Senate plan that seems to repeatedly violate the Missouri Constitution’s prohibition against splitting counties among Senate districts. The new legislative districts will be used for the next 10 years starting with the 2012 elections and ending with the 2020 elections.

Posted By Halley Hayden read more
Posted By Halley Hayden read more

Missouri Credit Unions Run Project Zip Code

Nov
07

More than 60 Missouri credit unions have already participated in Project Zip Code (PZC) so far this fall. And there’s still time to participate and be counted. To accurately reflect the size and power of credit union membership to lawmakers, all state credit unions are asked to run PZC by November 11. Use this link to download and run PZC. Project Zip Code counts the zip codes of your members and identifies what federal and state legislative districts they live in.

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