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(The Center Square) – A 2018 Missouri law, viewed by some as saving taxpayer dollars by instituting new collective bargaining rules and others as unconstitutional, is being appealed in the courts.
Gov. Mike Parson's vetoes survived override attempts in the Senate, where GOP infighting led to a long day of debate
COVID-related party wars are increasingly heating up since Gov. Mike Parson vowed Friday to reject any and all attempts from President Joe Biden to mandate either COVID-testing or vaccine-taking among private-sector companies employing 100 or more workers.
(The Center Square) – Twenty-seven Republican governors or attorneys general have vowed to fight the latest executive order issued by President Joe Biden mandating that over 80 million private employees receive COVID vaccinations or undergo weekly testing, or their employer will be fined.
Lawmakers will have a ready-made soapbox next week when they gavel into their annual veto session on Wednesday.
(The Center Square) – Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said he will meet with the attorney general’s office and legislative leaders this weekend to examine all options to stop President Joe Biden’s “Path out of the Pandemic” plan.
They plan to convene a House committee next week to take testimony on the ‘abusive overreach by Washington, D.C. bureaucrats.’
(The Center Square) – The Federal Emergency Management Agency on Wednesday announced approval of federal disaster assistance for Missouri to supplement local and state recovery efforts in areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, tornados and flooding from June 24 to July 1.
The exhibit was removed after complaints from some GOP officials. Democratic House leader says it should be returned ‘immediately.’