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The Missouri Senate's Capitol Briefing for the Week of Feb. 16, 2015

JEFFERSON CITY—The legislative work week in the Senate began a day late due to a winter storm that moved through Missouri late Sunday and early Monday, leaving heavy snow accumulation throughout portions of the state. The Senate began this week's work on Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 4 p.m. While lawmakers had one less day to work, priority legislation was heavily debated on the Senate floor, committees met to consider filed legislation and the upper chamber sent a handful of bills to the House for consideration.

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