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This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 21, 1899

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 22, 1899, the last day of the Regular Session of the 40th General Assembly.



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The Missouri Senate Minute for May 21: Session Review

Jefferson City — Missouri senators are looking back at the 2019 legislative session, which came to a close last Friday. In all, nearly 100 bills were sent to the executive branch this year.



This Week in the Missouri Senate for May 17: Session Ends

Jefferson City — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews:


Senate Bill 68, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to workforce development; Senate Bill 83, a measure that would modify provisions relating to the relocation of a child covered by a custody or visitation order; and House Bill 126, which would modify provisions relating to abortion.


The Missouri Senate Minute for May 16: "Heartbeat Bill"

Jefferson City — House Bill 126 would modify provisions relating to abortion. This measure still needs another “yes” vote before it would go to the governor for his consideration.



The Missouri Senate Minute for May 15: Workforce Development to Governor

Jefferson City — Missouri senators send Senate Bill 68 to the executive branch. The measure seeks to modify provisions relating to workforce development. Also, Senate Bill 83 — which would modify provisions relating to the relocation of a child covered by a custody or visitation order — goes to a conference committee.



The Missouri Senate Minute for May 14: GM Proposal

Jefferson City — Discussion continues on the floor of the Missouri Senate over how to help General Motors potentially expand its plant in Wentzville. The answers may be found in either Senate Bill 68 or Senate Bill 184.



This Date in Missouri Senate History: May 14, 1932

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews May 14, 1932, the day Missouri’s first female, African-American Missouri senator — Gwen Giles — was born.