Several firearm manufacturers have threatened to leave states passing stricter gun regulations, prompting Missouri lawmakers to respond with tax incentives.
The House has already passed the measure, and Sen. Brian Nieves said he wanted the Senate committee vote on it Wednesday.
The district’s policy committee first looked at the issue last month and delved into more details of the plan this week.
The group will be made up of freshmen state senators and representatives. They will meet with gun owners, hunters, law enforcement and families of gun violence victims.
More deer being killed in the southern part of the state.
An arson fire on July 4 damaged the Islamic Society of Joplin, and another blaze in the early hours of Aug. 6 destroyed it. No one was hurt in either blaze.
Tommy Adams also faces state drug charges.
Part of the decline may be attributable to warm weather and high winds.
The new bill would extend that “look back” period indefinitely.
District plans to file complaint against parents