Senator Sandy Crawford’s Capitol Report for the week of March 28 – Missouri Senate

This week, three of my bills were heard in committee. Senate Bill 1096 was heard in the Missouri Senate Insurance and Banking Committee. This measure would modernize several aspects of state law to improve the functioning of the Missouri Division of Finance. It empowers them to provide useful advice to the banking industry.

Too, Senate Bill 1088 and Senate Bill 1144 were both heard in Missouri Senate Local Government and Elections Committee, which I chair. Senate Bill 1088 seeks to amend the salary provisions for public administrators. Public administrators are responsible for the care of persons deemed incapable or disabled. I believe their compensation should reflect working as a full-time decision maker for Missouri’s most vulnerable. Senate Bill 1144 allows a county collector to hold an auction of land with delinquent property taxes through electronic media at the same time that said auction is being held in person. I look forward to all of these bills arriving on the governor’s desk this year.


I’m honored to be your senator in the Missouri Senate. If at any time you have any questions, concerns, or ideas regarding state government, please do not hesitate to contact me at (573) 751-8793 or [email protected].

Representative Knight’s niece, Stella (Camden County),
visited the Capitol.

Midwest Realtors Association Day at the Capitol
Lisa Firsick (Benton County), David Wiedeman (Pettis County),
Senator Crawford, Kat Laxague (Henry County), Monica Thacker
(Pettis County), Ryan Wiedeman (Pettis County) and
Luke Beaman (Benton County)

National Aviation Day at the Capitol
Pete Mosca (Polk County), Senator Crawford and
Roni Burns (Polk County)

Missouri Cattlewomen’s Day at the Capitol

Funeral Director’s Day at the Capitol – Greenlawn Funeral Home
Gregory Bird (Polk County), Senator Crawford and
Brent Barnes (Greene County)

Target Bankers Day at the Capitol
Kelly Slayton (Wright County), Community First Banking
Company; Senator Crawford; and Sara Richardson
(Laclede County), Heritage Bank of the Ozarks in Lebanon

University of Missouri Polk County 4-H
Liz Schuber, Leslie Lawson (Laclede County), Sam Schuber,
Senator Crawford, Jacob Schuber, Velynda Cameron,
Garrett Samek, Hadley Artz, Curtis Dickerson, Emily Rains
and Jackson Schuber

Marty Drewel, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Missouri Senate
brought his granddaughters Landry, Ellie and Avery by
to visit Senator Crawford and have their “You Can, Too!”
signed book.

Benton County Assessor Jim Hansen visited Senator Crawford
at the Capitol.

The Fuller family visited Senator Crawford at the Capitol.
Shannon, Payton, Tripp and Angela (Laclede County)

Senator Crawford had the privilege of addressing the
Columbia Leadership class, which visited the Capitol this week.

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