There’s a long tradition of filing bills for symbolic purposes or to make a statement.
“Simple words and country stories belie a depth of political skills, sophistication and determination that can catch the metro politicians off guard.”
Every January after a general election, I’m fascinated by those who will be leaving office after years, sometimes decades, of service.
During the past few weeks, there have been increasing complaints from state legislators about the governor’s relationship with the Missouri General Assembly.
Not much happened this past week in Missouri’s Senate. There’s a one-word explanation why: filibuster.