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Rep. Davis On End of 2015 MO Legislative Session
Now that the 2015 Missouri Legislative session is over, State Representative Charlie Davis has had a chance to look back on w...
Missouri Sheriffs Now Responsible for CCW Permits
A number of new laws are going into effect in Missouri. State Representative Charlie Davis tells News Talk KZRG one of them w...
MO Lawmakers Prepping for Return to Session
The second half of the 2014 Missouri legislative session is about to kick off, as lawmakers return to Jefferson City Monday. ...
Rep. Davis Responds To Nixon's Tax Cut Criticism
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is upset with a tax cut bill that passed out of the Legislature this week, calling it "reckl...
Davis On Right To Work's Chances In MO Senate
Now that right to work legislation has passed in the Missouri House, will it get through the Senate? Webb City State Represen...
Charlie Davis on House Speaker Scandal
Missouri state representatives are speaking out on the state's latest scandal involving House Speaker John Diehl and some...
Rep. Davis On MO Fuel Tax
The Missouri Legislature begins the final week of the 2015 session. One hot topic is a proposal to raise fuel taxes on diesel...
MO Lawmakers Propose Hailey's Law
Missouri Representative Eric Burlison is pushing to improvethe state'sAMBER Alert System, an idea local lawmakers are als...
Welfare Reform Passes In Missouri
45 months is all the time the MissouriHouse and Senateagrees a person should need to get back on their feet and become self-s...
Davis on #FreeShep
"Free Shep." That's the social mediahashtag started by supporters of Sawyer Shepherd, a Carthage High School se...
Davis on MO State Of State
It's not just what he said, it's what he didn't say. That's what Webb City State Representative Charlie Davis...
State Rep. Davis Explains Gas Tax Proposal
Missouridrivers could soon see a six cent gastax increase over the next three years. MoDOT says they need the funds since a t...
Davis On Medicaid Expansion
There's been a push to get Missouri to expand Medicaid coverage. Supporters say this will help those who fall through the...
MO State Of State Preview
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's annual State of the State address is this Wednesday. State Representative Charlie Davis of ...
Ferguson Special Session
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has announced that he will call a special session of the Missouri General Assembly to provide fun...
Business Startup Fees Waived for MO Veterans
Missouri National Guard and active duty military members can now start up a new business in Missouri without having to pay ce...
Webb City Rep on Hancock Allegations: Humphreys 'Would Never Lie'
Yesterday a signed affidavit from Joplin businessman and prominent GOP donor David Humphreys supported the rumors that GOP Ch...
Davis On Abortion Wait Law
One of Missouri Governor Jay Nixon's vetos that was overriden at this week's veto override session dealt with abortio...
MO Right To Work Advancing In MO House
Another attempt to pass right to work legislation has begun in the Missouri Legislature. Last week, two right to work measure...
State Rep. Charlie Davis Reappointed to Veterans Committee
State Representative Charlie Davis couldn't be prouder to be reappointed as the Chairman of the Veterans Committee in the...
CJ Pavilion Project Moving Forward
A community pavilion project in Carl Junction that was threatened by state law will move forward. State Representative Charli...
Local State Rep.'s Business Robbed
When a thief broke into the Software Center on 7th Street in Joplin early Saturday, he wasn't just stealing from a local ...
Should MO Governor & Lt. Governor Run As A Ticket?
With the discord that exists between Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder, would it be better for...
End Daylight Savings Time?
Is Daylight Savings Time really necessary any more? Representative Mike Kelley of Lamar has a bill in the Missouri Legislatur...
MO Lieutenant Governor Wants Expense Money
Missouri Lieutenant Govenor Peter Kinder is asking for a daily expense account when he travels on state business. Webb City S...
Davis Wants Full-Time MO Advocate For Military
The Army plans to cut as many as 5,400 military and civilian jobs at Fort Leonard Wood by 2020. State Representative Charlie ...
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