A supermajority of House Democrats filed articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Monday for his role in Wednesday’s riots, setting up another showdown with conservative lawmakers.
Missouri Republican Sen. Roy Blunt said impeachment of President Donald Trump won’t happen, while colleague Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) defended his role in the Electoral College process, which lead to the riot on Capitol Hill.
On a violent day on Capitol Hill Wednesday during which a pro-Trump mob stormed past police officers into the legislative chambers of the nation’s capital, Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt placed at least some of the blame on the president.
The area Congressional delegation is split over plans to object to President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory, as both sides admit an objection won’t change the outcome of the 2020 election.
After an extraordinary special session concluded earlier this month, lawmakers are set to pick up where they left off regarding a proposal to protect businesses and health-care facilities from litigation surrounding COVID-19.
Missouri Republican Senator Josh Hawley is pushing his colleagues to agree to $1,200 direct stimulus checks for individuals instead of a number half of that reportedly agreed to by top leaders in Congress.
Two local Missouri Republican representatives co-signed a letter calling for investigations into swing states following President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, though a resolution spawned from the letter won’t pass the statehouse.
Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, pre-filed legislation for the upcoming session, which would protect law enforcement and their families. Senate Bill No. 129 would make it a felony for disclosing a police officer’s private or identifying information, such as phone numbers or addresses.
In his first major hurdle as the state’s top election official, Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft said he is happy with how the recent voting process worked in the Show-Me State.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson celebrated Veterans Day at Missouri Western State University on Wednesday, though he deflected a question on who he believes will be the next commander-in-chief.
None of the federal legislators representing Northwest Missouri or Northeast Kansas have agreed that President-elect Joe Biden has won the 2020 election, instead holding a stance that the election is yet to be decided.
With Joseph Biden declared the soon-to-be 46th President of the United States by media outlets and politicians across the aisle, questions are being raised whether a possible increase of the federal minimum wage will mean economic prosperity.
State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer said he is honored to have been elected to a new post by his fellow Republicans last week.
State Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer, R-Parkville, has been elected to the leadership position of majority whip by his colleagues in the Missouri Senate.
Voters had a chance Monday to hear from the six people running to represent the St. Joseph area in the Missouri House of Representatives.