government

bills are introduced in the senate by
a. the rules committee
b. individual senators
c. investigative committees
d. the majority floor leader
d

asked by jere
  1. Nope. Sorry. Check this site.

    http://www.senate.mo.gov/bill-law.htm

    posted by Ms. Sue

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