A bill that could change the way ballots are cast, awaits one more Senate vote before moving to the house.
Republican Sen. Brian Nieves, of Washington, withdrew Thursday after initially filing for re-election.
Missouri State Senator Brian Nieves on his bill targeting federal gun law enforcers.
A Missouri Senate panel is taking up legislation that would send federal agents to jail for enforcing federal gun control laws in the state.
Sen. Brian Nieves, R-Washington, was the Senate sponsor of HB 436, a bill attempting to exempt Missouri from federal gun legislation.
The House has already passed the measure, and Sen. Brian Nieves said he wanted the Senate committee vote on it Wednesday.
Director Brian Long announced his resignation, leaving the chairman of the committee investigating the scandal to charge he was thrown under the bus.
Legislation could land teachers and doctors in trouble if they ask students about gun ownership or note such information from patients.
The American Conservative Union has been rating members of Congress on a conservative-to-liberal scale for decades.
This week’s Reardon Roundtable guests include Mayor Slay’s Chief of Staff Jeff Rainford, editorial writer for the Post Tony Messenger, and local comedian Joe Marlotti, and we hear from Missouri State Senators Jim Lembke and Brian Nieves.