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Sen. Lincoln Hough, R-Springfield
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Sen. Lincoln Hough is the latest guest on the Politically Speaking podcast. The Springfield Republican talked with St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum and Jaclyn Driscoll about the upcoming special session — and what to expect when lawmakers come back to Jefferson City in January.

Hough represents Missouri’s 30th Senatorial District, which takes in a big chunk of Springfield and Greene County. He was sworn into office in early January for a four-year term.

State Rep. Phil Christofanelli, R-St. Charles County
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State Rep. Phil Christofanelli joins Politically Speaking for the first time to talk about some of his key priorities for the 2019 legislative session.

The second-term Republican lawmaker represents Missouri’s 105th House District, which takes in portions of St. Charles County.

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon, May 9, 2013 - The Senate’s approval of a “marketplace fairness” bill to make it easier for states to collect taxes on internet sales now shifts the focus to the U.S. House and – ultimately – to states such as Missouri that don’t enforce their existing internet sales taxes.

“A solid majority of the Senate stood up for small business today,” said U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., after the vote late Monday. “I think the support in the House will be similar if the leadership practices what they preach and calls this bill for a vote.”