The House has already passed the measure, and Sen. Brian Nieves said he wanted the Senate committee vote on it Wednesday.
The measure responds to Republican objections that a list of concealed gun permit holders was provided to a federal Social Security investigator.
The House gave its approval Monday to legislation titled the “Daylight Saving as the New Standard Time Pact.”
The Missouri House voted to allow certain school personnel to carry concealed weapons in school buildings.
“We’re not even at the half in the legislative session…we’ve got plenty of time,” Nixon responded, using one of his frequent sports analogies.
The House Rules Committee passed a measure requesting Chris Koster to seek to overturn a previous U.S. Court District decision.
The measure is sponsored by Rep. Randy Dunn, D-Kansas City. It cleared the House Tourism Committee on Thursday, April 4.
Two Missouri men’s prisons and two women’s prisons would be selected for the program’s trial.
The panel is also scheduled to consider the budget for the state Revenue Department, despite recent tensions surrounding the department.
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon says it would shift the tax burden from corporations and affluent Missourians to those who can least afford it.