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Legislature Works to Control Women's Health Despite Session Concluding A Month Ago

Join Us This Saturday & Meet Our Three Special Guests:
Rep. Karen Bass, Rep. Al Green and Rep. John Larson!!!

Click to Purchase Your Tickets Now!

WE ARE SOLD OUT FOR THE 30TH ANNUAL

TRUMAN GALA THIS SATURDAY!

WOW! The demand for tickets and sponsorships exploded in the last few weeks and Saturday's event is looking like it will be the most successful in our history.  Thank you to our sponsoring organizations IBEW District 11, Mike Sanders & Ken McClain, Plumbers and Gas Fitters Local 8, Cleaver for Congress, IUPAT District Council 3, UAW Region 5, Jean Peters Baker for Prosecutor, Missouri NEA, IAFF Local 42, Pipefitters Local 533 and TJP Strategies!

 

Missouri Government News: Final Week of Session

(This week's news comes from Rep. Judy Morgan of the 24th District)

Explaining the "fully funded" K-12 education announcement

Missouri Government News: The End Is Near

(This week's news comes from Rep. Judy Morgan of the 24th District)

Turmoil Still Reigns in the MO Senate

Jackson County Proudly Welcomes Senator Debbie Stabenow to the 30th Annual Truman Gala

 

The Jackson County Democratic Committee and Truman Gala planning committee are happy to announce the 2017 keynote speaker will be Senator Debbie Stabenow of Michigan.

Congratulations to our 2017 Truman Gala Award Honorees!

 

Harry S Truman Award: Ken McClain and Beth Low Smith

Missouri Government News:

(MO Government news comes from Rep. Judy Morgan of the 24th District this week)

House Passes REAL ID, On to Senate

Missouri Government News:

(MO Government news comes from Rep. Jerome Barnes of the 28th District this week)

HOUSE COMMITTEE SET TO CONSIDER FY 2018 STATE BUDGET

The House Budget Committee on March 28 is scheduled to begin debate on the 13 appropriations bills that make up the roughly $27.6 state operating budget for the 2018 fiscal year.

Missouri Government News:

(MO Government news comes from Rep. Jerome Barnes of the 28th District this week)

REPUBLICAN "LEADERSHIP" CONTINUES TO KEEP MONEY OUT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS
 

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