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This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 30, 1949

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 30, 1949, the day the “Missouri Waltz” became our state’s official song. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Week in the Missouri Senate for June 29: FY 2019 Begins

Jefferson City — This Week in the Missouri Senate previews Missouri’s upcoming fiscal year. Fiscal Year 2019 will start on July 1. Missouri’s next budget totals $28 billion. We’ve included actualities from Sen. Mike Cunningham, R-Rogersville, and Sen. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 27, 1807

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 27, 1807, the day the Territorial Legislature passed a law allowing slaves to sue for freedom. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


The Missouri Senate Minute for June 26: FY 2019 Begins

Jefferson City — Fiscal Year 2019 will start on July 1. Missouri’s next fiscal year will run through June 30, 2019. The upcoming budget totals $28 billion. We’ve included actualities from Sen. Mike Cunningham, R-Rogersville, and Sen. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 25, 1866

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 25, 1866, the day Lincoln Institute was incorporated. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Week in the Missouri Senate for June 22: Grid Modernization

Jefferson City — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews Senate Bill 564. This new law modifies provisions relating to public utilities, and was signed by the governor on June 1. Because of an emergency clause contained within the legislation, the measure became law as soon as it was signed. We’ve included actualities from Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar, and Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 20, 1955

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 20, 1955, the day the flowering dogwood became Missouri’s official tree. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


The Missouri Senate Minute for June 19: Grid Modernization

Jefferson City — Thanks to an emergency clause, Senate Bill 564 became law once it was signed on June 1. The new law modifies provisions relating to public utilities, and is often referred to as the “grid modernization” law. We’ve included actualities from Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar, and Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 19, 2003

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 19, 2003, the day the Missouri General Assembly commemorated Emancipation Day. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 17, 1916

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 17, 1916, the day the first African-American female to be elected to the Missouri Legislature was born. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Week in the Missouri Senate for June 15: Governor Speech Reaction

Jefferson City — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews reaction to the address given by Missouri’s new governor on June 11. We’ve included actualities from Missouri Senate Assistant Majority Floor Leader Bob Onder, R-Lake St. Louis, and Missouri Senate Minority Floor Leader Gina Walsh, D-Bellefontaine Neighbors, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 15, 1861

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 15, 1861, the day federal troops overtook Jefferson City in the early months of the Civil War. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.


The Missouri Senate Minute for June 12: Governor's Speech Reaction

Jefferson City — Missouri senators are talking about the special address from the governor. The speech was given before a rare joint session of the Legislature on June 11. We’ve included actualities from Missouri Senate Assistant Majority Floor Leader Bob Onder, R-Lake St. Louis, and Missouri Senate Minority Floor Leader Gina Walsh, D-Bellefontaine Neighbors, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 12, 1861

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 12, 1861, the day then-Missouri Gov. Claiborne Fox Jackson issued a war proclamation. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 11, 1861

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 11, 1861, the day state leaders met to decide Missouri’s involvement in the Civil War. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications Officer Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 10, 1929

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 10, 1929, the day the Legislature incorporated the University of Kansas City. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 9, 1813

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 9, 1813, the day James Minor was born. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Week in the Missouri Senate for June 8: Human Trafficking

Jefferson City — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews one of the first measures to not only be passed by the Missouri General Assembly this year, but to be signed into law. House Bill 1246 requires the Missouri Department of Public Safety to develop human trafficking hotline posters. The new law will take effect on Aug. 28. We’ve included actualities from Sen. Bob Onder, R-Lake St. Louis, and Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Affton, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 6, 1865

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 6, 1865, the day the “Drake Constitution” was ratified by Missouri voters. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

The Missouri Senate Minute for June 5: Human Trafficking

Jefferson City — House Bill 1246 will take effect on Aug. 28. The new law will require the Missouri Department of Public Safety to develop human trafficking hotline posters. We’ve included actualities from Sen. Bob Onder, R-Lake St. Louis, and Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Affton, in this feature report narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 4, 1812

JEFFERSON CITY — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 4, 1812, the day Congress established the Territory of Missouri. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 3, 1850

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 3, 1850, the day the Town of Kansas was incorporated. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Date in Missouri Senate History: June 2, 1862

Jefferson City — This Date in Missouri Senate History reviews June 2, 1862, the day loyalty oaths were adopted in Missouri. This feature report is narrated by Senate Communications’ Dean Morgan.

This Week in the Missouri Senate for June 1: Session Review

Jefferson City — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews:
·Senate Concurrent Resolution 49, legislation that will move referendum election date for Right to Work (Audio: Sen. Bob Onder, R-Lake St. Louis, and Missouri Senate Minority Floor Leader Gina Walsh, D-Bellefontaine Neighbors);
·House Bill 1413, a measure that seeks to make changes to collective bargaining rules for public-sector employees (Audio: Sen. Onder);
·House Bill 1729, which would repeal provisions relating to prevailing wages on public works (Audio: Sen. Walsh);
·Senate Bill 884, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to taxation (Audio: Sen. Andrew Koenig, R-Manchester, and Sen. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur);
·Senate Bill 966, a measure that sought to modify provisions relating to the administration of the criminal justice system (Audio: Sen. Caleb Rowden, R-Columbia); and
·Senate Bill 582, which would have required school districts to report breaches of data containing personal information of students to pare…