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GovernorState SenatorsState Representatives
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In Committee/ SubmittedBefore State SenateBefore State HouseOther (referenda, etc.)Eric Greitens (573) 751-3222Bob Dixon (30) (573) 751-2583Jay Wasson (20) 573) 751-1503
Toll-Free: 866-242-0810
Ronald Richard (32) (Pres. Pro Tem)(573) 751-2173
District Office: (417) 623-0022
David Sater (29) (573) 751-1480Mike Parson (28) (573) 751-8793Crystal Quade (D) (132) 573-751-3795 Jeff Messenger (130) 573-751-2381 Sonya Anderson (131) 573-751-2948 Mike Stephens (128) 573-751-1347 Jered Taylor (139) 573-751-3833 Lynn Morris (140) 573-751-2565 Mike Moon (157) 573-751-4077Sandy Crawford (129) 573-751-1167Lyndall Fraker (137) 573-751-3819 Steve Helms 573-751-9809
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REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS/WOMEN's HEALTH
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HJR 18 an anti-abortion “personhood” bill. OPPOSEIn Committee/ Submitted-- no hearing scheduledSponsor!
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HB 182 Makes it a felony for an adult to transport a minor across state lines for an abortion OPPOSE
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HB 194 Would make it illegal to donate fetal tissue, even in miscarriage, to any kind of research. OPPOSE
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HB 326 Requires two-parent notification in writing prior to abortion for patients under the age of 18. This bill is so stupid it's painful. OPPOSE
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HB 757 Bans abortion after 20 weeks and imposes new reporting requirements, civil fines, and criminal penalties on physicians. It also creates a government-subsided fund to prosecute physicians performing abortions. OPPOSE
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HB 908 Similar to 757 but doesn't give specific cut off of 20 weeks- instead, the "pain-capable gestational age"
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SB 67 another fetal tissue research ban OPPOSE
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SB 375 changes law regarding consent for a minor to obtain abortion OPPOSE
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SB 408 prohibits abortion if fetal heartbeat is detected OPPOSE
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SCR 10 Interferes with the City of St. Louis's efforts to protect abortion in its jursidction OPPOSE
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HEALTH CARE ACCESS
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1SB 28 (Medicaid Block Grants) Requires the Department of Social Services to apply for a global waiver for MO HealthNet: In plain language, it defunds Missouri Healthnet OPPOSEDMoved to "Informal Calendar" that is, put on hold!No position taken yet-- waiting to see final content of bill. Staff member said he is not in favor of any legislation that will result in cuts to Missouri Healthnet. This is still evasive, as one could engage in wishful thinking re: block grants.Once the annual funding cap is reached, Missouri would be left on the hook to foot the bill for any service provided, posing a threat to the state budget. Under the current system however, Missouri would be reimbursed by the federal government for all qualifying MO HealthNet expenditures.

-Senate Bill 28 would hurt everyone eligible for MO HealthNet including Seniors, Children, and people with disabilities.
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ENVIRONMENT
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See apointment issue below
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE/ LAW ENFORCEMENT
Sponsor!Political cronyism-- bill sponsored to protect a donor Tamko from class action law suit; prevents Missourians from claiming damages when they are defrauded
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SB 287 filed by Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, would replace the existing data-gathering procedure the Missouri Attorney General's office uses to measure racial disparities in traffic stops. In its place would be an enhanced system meant to combat explicit, implicit and institutional prejudices.SUPPORT
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HB 38 Provides that mandatory minimum sentences are now discretionary and creates provisions when a person is eligible for a parole hearing. SUPPORTI think we are for this? Mandatory minumum sentencing is a disaster.
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LGBTQ+ RIGHTS
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SB 98 "bathroom bill" discriminating against trans people using school restrooms, locker rooms, and showers rooms of the gender they live in-- OPPOSEDIn Education committee
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CIVIL RIGHTS
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SB 43 people would have to prove their race, sex or other protected status actually motivated their boss or colleague to mistreat them to win cases like wrongful termination suits. Essentially, makes it much easier to discriminate! OPPOSEDPassed HouseBefore Senate
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WORKER'S RIGHTS/UNIONS
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HB 251 Requires authorization for certain labor unions to use dues and fees to make political contributions and requires consent for withholding earnings from paychecks
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HB1193 Forbids municipalities from setting minimum wage higher than the level set by the state (OPPOSE)In committee
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CONSUMER/TENANT PROTECTION
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SB 5 (Repearl of Unlawful Merchandising Act) so-called tort reform removes consumer protection for Missourians
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SB 27
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SB 69 Earned Family and Medical Leave ProgramContact senators in the Small Business Committee and urged them to support SB 69
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3 supreme court vacanciesstill waiting on recommenations
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HB 713 (sponsor Crystal Quade)Establishes a pilot program within the Department of Social Services to provide additional child care assistance for low-income working families
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