Rep. Robert Cornejo, a St. Peters Republican sponsoring the measure, said at Wednesday’s hearing that he has “real heartburn at the idea of throwing someone in jail for tall grass, no matter how persistent.” However, he ultimately voted in support of the bill, which passed in an 8-3 vote.
Rep. Robert Cornejo, a St. Peters Republican sponsoring the measure, said at Wednesday’s hearing that he has “real heartburn at the idea of throwing someone in jail for tall grass, no matter how persistent.” However, he ultimately voted in support of the bill, which passed in an 8-3 vote. Tim Bommel Missouri House Communications
Rep. Robert Cornejo, a St. Peters Republican sponsoring the measure, said at Wednesday’s hearing that he has “real heartburn at the idea of throwing someone in jail for tall grass, no matter how persistent.” However, he ultimately voted in support of the bill, which passed in an 8-3 vote. Tim Bommel Missouri House Communications
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