Tag: Rep. David Gregory

Questions raised about anti-Hawley memo

Attorney General’s Office points to deficiencies in Sunshine Law JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Earlier this week, a collection of Democratically-affiliated lawyers circulated a memo criticizing the investigation by Attorney General Josh Hawley’s office into the use of the Confide app by Gov. Eric Greitens and his staff, but now, the AG’s Office is alleging there may be more than partisan politics at play, with even some allegations of former employees with an ax to grind. […]

Legislation filed to strengthen Missouri’s open record laws

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Open records laws in the Show-Me state could be updated and improved this session under legislation filed in the House. Evans On Wednesday, Rep. David Gregory filed HB 2523 and Rep. Jean Evans filed HB 2524. Both bills aim to strengthen Missouri’s sunshine law and create transparency. “The Missouri open records laws need updating and I am pleased to push this legislation forward,” Gregory said. “Giving the Attorney General stronger remedies […]

Gregory’s audit of Department of Revenue highlights $36 million in cost-savings

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Rep. David Gregory has been a man with a mission since being elected to office, and it seems that the hard work is paying off. While testifying before the House Budget Committee on Tuesday, the Republican state representative presented some of the results of an audit he has been working on for several months. “Missouri families have to carefully watch their budgets and identify areas for savings. They expect their state […]