Legislative Committees To Meet At Missouri Capitol
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Several Missouri lawmakers are returning to Jefferson City for meetings at the state Capitol.
A special House committee on government contracting scheduled a hearing Tuesday on fee offices, where Missouri motorists renew driver’s licenses and vehicle registrations. Contracts to run the offices are awarded through a bidding process.
Also scheduled to meet Tuesday was a committee focusing on wages for state employees.
Republican legislative leaders are preparing for the 2013 session, in which they will hold veto-proof majorities in both the House and Senate.
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