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The Senate Minute for Jan. 13: SB 643

JEFFERSON CITY — Legislation that addresses ethics reform is among the first to receive a committee hearing this session. Senate Bill 643 was heard by the Missouri Senate Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics Committee yesterday (Tuesday, Jan. 12). We’ve included actualities from Sen. Bob Onder, R-Lake St. Louis, and Sen. Jason Holsman, D-Kansas City, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications Officer Dean Morgan.

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