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This Week in the Missouri Senate for the Week of Jan. 4: Beginning of Session

Jefferson CityThis Week in the Missouri Senate reviews the first week of the Second Regular Session of the 98th General Assembly. Lawmakers began the 2016 session on Wednesday. We’ve included actualities from Senate Majority Floor Leader Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City; Senate Minority Floor Leader Joseph Keaveny, D-St. Louis; and Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard, R-Joplin, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications Officer Dean Morgan.

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