Gov. Matt Blunt’s assesment of the MO General Assembly’s Legislative Session

Last Friday marked the end of the Missouri General Assembly’s 2008 legislative session. The last day of the session was marked by a blistering pace to pass and deal with bills on a variety of topics. According to Gov. Blunt’s press release, the task of reviewing those bills which did pass both the House and Senate is now underway:

The General Assembly completed the session after approving 139 bills, and today Gov. Matt Blunt and his office began the massive undertaking of reviewing the bills sent to his desk following another successful legislative session...

We will be providing our Casino Watch Legislative Review in the upcoming days.

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VIDEO: From Jason Rosenbaum of the Columbia Tribune, Gov. Matt Blunt addresses the media and provides his analysis of the 2008 legislative session

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