Tag: veto session

Senate censures Chappelle-Nadal, but leaves door open for later expulsion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Senate has taken action to discipline the embattled Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, though Republicans failed in their attempt to corral enough votes to expel her, something they had been threatening for weeks. The Missouri Legislature’s veto session saw little in terms of any attempt to override a veto from Governor Eric Greitens, with no attempted overrides from the Senate, but the true action from the body and the focus of […]

Korman considering a run for majority floor leader

By Benjamin Peters JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – If it appeared that things were settling down in the race to be the next majority floor leader, think again. Less than two weeks after Rep. Rocky Miller pulled his name from the race, another contender is eyeballing the prospective seat. Rep. Bart Korman, R-High Hill, tells the Missouri Times that he is considering running for the position, which would be vacated by Rep. Mike Cierpiot in the […]

Lt. Gov. gives Sen. Chappelle-Nadal three weeks to resign, or be expelled

Lt. Gov. Mike Parson has given Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal (D-University City) an ultimatum: Resign by the date of the upcoming veto session (Sept. 13) or face expulsion from the Missouri Senate. Parson held a press conference this afternoon at the Capitol and later at the Greene Co. Sheriff’s Office, where he told reporters, “We had a sitting senator in the state of Missouri that asked for the president of the United States to be executed, to be […]