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General Municipal Election Right Around the Corner

GUEST COLUMN: Senator Will Kraus – The Missouri General Assembly is currently in the middle of its annual legislative spring break, which is always a great opportunity to get caught up and prepare for the second half of session. Since… Continue Reading →

Senate Adopts Resolution on REAL ID

From the Office of Missouri Senator Will Kraus – The Senate voted last week to adopt Senate Resolution 270, legislation I filed urging Congress to repeal the REAL ID Act of 2005. It has been 12 years since Congress passed… Continue Reading →

Senate Focuses on Labor Reform

JEFFERSON CITY, FEBRUARY 24, 2017 (From Missouri Senator Will Kraus) – in last week’s column, I detailed two measures (Senate Bill 16 and Senate Bill 31) the Senate has passed as part of its efforts to address much-needed tort reform… Continue Reading →

Will Kraus – Senate Approves Bill to Curb Department of Revenue Overreach

It is hard to believe we just wrapped up our sixth week of t­­he 2017 session. Here in the Senate, committee work is moving at a brisk pace, the budget process is gearing up, and my colleagues and I are… Continue Reading →

Guest Column: Celebrating the American Worker

LEE’S SUMMIT, SEPTEMBER 1, 2016 – As I am writing this, Americans throughout the country are eagerly anticipating the upcoming three-day holiday weekend. The unofficial end of summer will be marked by picnics and backyard barbecues by the pool. Families… Continue Reading →

From Senator Will Kraus, Mid-Session Review

The Missouri General Assembly reached the unofficial halfway point in the 2016 legislative session the week of March 21st. Over the past 2 ½ months, the Senate has crafted and advanced legislation that will improve communities across our state. We… Continue Reading →

Joint Committee on Government Accountability

By Senator Will Kraus; Jefferson City, December 19, 2014 – Last week, the Joint Committee on Government Accountability met to organize and prepare to look into the state’s response to the events in Ferguson, Mo., and the surrounding area. As… Continue Reading →

Bill Prefiling Begins

By Senator Will Kraus; December 4, 2014 This week marks the unofficial beginning of the 2015 legislative session with the prefiling of bills in both the Missouri Senate and House. In the Senate, bills are filed by seniority, whereas in… Continue Reading →

Sen. Will Kraus Touted by U. S. President for Innovation in Education

JEFFERSON CITY — Today (7-24), the framework creating Missouri innovation education campuses, sponsored by Sen. Will Kraus, R-Lee’s Summit, in Senate Bill 381was hailed by the president of the United States as a forward-thinking tool on the campus of the… Continue Reading →

Supporting Public Education

By Senator Will Kraus Ever since I entered the State Legislature in 2005, I have steadfastly supported our public education system, the teachers, and administrators who work long, hard hours to educate our children. As many of you already know,… Continue Reading →

Inauguration in the State Capitol

JANUARY 22, 2012, JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The week started with the formalities of inauguration. The inaugural parade kicked off the day and we were able to watch it from our new office. The Senate went into session briefly at… Continue Reading →

Sen. Kraus Files Transportation-Related Bills For 2013 Session

JEFFERSON CITY —State Sen. Will Kraus, R-Lee’s Summit, recently filed four bills for the upcoming session related to transportation and automobiles. Senate Bill 102 will add catalytic convertors to language in previously passed legislation that tracks the sale of potentially… Continue Reading →

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