September 11, 2019 •
Missouri Lawmakers Meet for Annual Veto Session
Missouri lawmakers are back in Jefferson City for the annual veto session, beginning September 11 at 12 p.m. at the Missouri State Capitol.
The veto session gives lawmakers the ability to overturn any of Gov. Mike Parson’s six vetoes.
Two widely debated vetoes include outdoor cremations and whether to let motorcyclists ride without a helmet.
A two-thirds vote in the House and the Senate is needed to overturn a veto.
The veto session is running at the same time as a special session, which Gov. Parson called to address a vehicle tax credit issue.
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