Lawmakers to Start Filing Bills December 1

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Missouri lawmakers will begin filing bills starting December 1st in preparation for the legislative session set to begin on January 8th. Almost 2,000 House and Senate bills were filed during the 2019 legislative session. Of those, just 98 were passed, and the Governor signed 88. The process is long and arduous. The MCC will be keeping an eye on the process and update our network as it goes along. Stay tuned, and feel free to invite your friends and family members to join MOCAN to keep up with the 2020 legislative session.

November 25, 2019 - 11:41am
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