Brad Lager

Workplace discrimination bill
5:17 pm
Wed January 25, 2012

Workplace discrimination bill being blocked in Mo. Senate

A group of Democratic State Senators is blocking a bill that would redefine Missouri’s workplace discrimination standards.

Among those taking part in the filibuster are Robin Wright-Jones (D, St. Louis) and Maria Chappelle-Nadal (D, University City).  They talked about several other topics besides the discrimination bill on the Senate floor Wednesday, including America’s immigration policies.

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Term limits resolution
5:02 pm
Mon December 5, 2011

All Mo. statewide officeholders would be term limited under proposal

Mo. Capitol
(Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio)

All statewide officeholders in Missouri would be limited to eight years in office, under legislation pre-filed in the State Senate.

The Governor and State Treasurer are the only statewide office holders in Missouri limited to two four-year terms.  The rest – Lt. GovernorAttorney GeneralSecretary of State and State Auditor – can run for re-election as often as they want.  The measure is sponsored by State Senator Brad Lager (R, Savannah), who is also running for Lt. Governor.

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Brad Lager / Election 2012
6:02 pm
Mon November 14, 2011

Lager enters GOP race for Mo. lieutenant governor

Missouri state Sen. Brad Lager, R-Savannah.
(via Mo. State Senate website)

Northwest Missouri state Senator Brad Lager has moved quickly to take advantage of an opening in the lieutenant governor's race.

The Savannah Republican announced his candidacy for the state's No. 2 executive on Monday, just days after Republican House Speaker Steven Tilley announced he was dropping out of the lieutenant governor's race.

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