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Sen. Holly Rehder: A more compassionate approach to homelessness

If you’ve driven through Kansas City or St. Louis, more likely than not you have seen individuals sleeping on the sidewalk or experiencing episodes of extreme mental distress. For me and so many other Missouri residents, the explosive growth of the state’s homeless population and the visible suffering of the people on our streets are not issues that we can ignore. But there are compassionate and innovative solutions that can clean up our streets, get struggling Missourians the help they desperately need and make our communities safer. ...
SAINT LOUIS, MO
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Interview with 27th District Senator Holly Rehder

27th District Senator Holly Rehder of Scott City talks about legislation protecting victims of sexual assault, distribution of free syringes, and the Congressional map controversy.
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(AUDIO): State Sen. Holly Rehder (R-Scott City) appears on 939 the Eagle’s “Randy Tobler show”

The Missouri Senate is currently on spring break, after a tense first half of the 2022 session. While the Missouri House has sent 38 bills to the Senate, the Senate has approved just one bill thus far: approval of a supplemental budget. State Sen. Holly Rehder (R-Scott City) is frustrated by the Senate’s gridlock, and called a press conference before Thursday’s adjournment to say “it’s time for the Missouri Senate to do its work.” She’s particularly frustrated with attempts to amend her legislation involving sexual assault survivors. She joined Randy Tobler and news director Brian Hauswirth Friday afternoon on 939 the Eagle’s “Randy Tobler show”:
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(AUDIO) State Sen. Holly Rehder (R-Scott City) appears on 939 the Eagle’s “Wake Up Columbia”

State Sen. Holly Rehder (R-Scott City) represents a southeast Missouri district at the Statehouse in Jefferson City. She’s voted for a 6-2 Missouri GOP map, and says the filibuster this week has been a waste of money. Senator Rehder appeared live on 939 the Eagle’s “Wake Up Columbia,”, saying there are other important issues that need to be addressed in the Senate, including critical race theory (CRT). She also discussed some of the e-mails she’s received for her vote against the 7-1 GOP map, including one that said we’re going to come for you:
COLUMBIA, MO
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Missouri Senator Hawley Praises Legislature’s Passage of PDMP, and Praises PDMP Sponsor State Sen. Holly Rehder (R-Scott City)

Missouri’s junior senator is praising the state Legislature’s approval of prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) legislation. As attorney general, Josh Hawley sued pharmaceutical companies that made the opioids:. Northwest Mo Info · Mo6hawley118. Senator Hawley tells Missourinet PDMP is crucial for doctors and for the state, to battle the opioid...
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Sen. Holly Rehder’s Statewide PDMP Legislation Headed to Governor

Jefferson City — With final passage of Senate Bill 63 this week, Missouri will no longer be the only state in the nation without a statewide prescription drug monitoring program. State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, advocated for passage of the bill throughout eight years in the House of Representatives, finally getting the measure across the legislative finish line during her freshman year in the upper chamber.
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Audio: Sen. Holly Rehder’s Podcast for the Week of April 26

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses four issues she is watching, with only two weeks left in the 2021 legislative session. To download audio, please right click on the file name and select ‘Save Target As’:. Rehder-Podcast-042921 (2:43) Q: into Missouri statutes. Senator Rehder says there...
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
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Audio: Sen. Holly Rehder’s Podcast for the Week of April 19

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses Senate Bill 63, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to the monitoring of certain controlled substances. This measure is now in the Missouri House of Representatives. She also talks about Senate Bill 46, a proposal that relates to transportation. This bill contains an amendment that would ban vaccine passports. Senator Rehder also discusses Senate Bill 39 and House Bill 85, both of which are known as the Second Amendment Preservation Act.
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
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Missouri Senate Approves Sen. Holly Rehder’s Statewide PDMP Bill

JEFFERSON CITY — Legislation sponsored by State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, to create a statewide prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP), has passed out of the upper chamber and now moves to the House of Representatives for its consideration. Senate Bill 63 limits access to private information to medical professionals,...
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
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Sen. Holly Rehder’s Legislative Column for March 15

The First Regular Session of the 101st General Assembly has reached the halfway point. The Legislature will take a one-week spring recess and return to Jefferson City on March 22. This seems like as good a time as any to reflect on my experience in the Senate so far. Three months ago, when I took my oath of office, I said my first job was to learn the ways of the Senate so I could become more effective. What a learning process it’s been.
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Audio: Sen. Holly Rehder’s Podcast for the Week of March 8

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses the first half of the 2021 legislative session and Senate Bill 63, which would put a prescription drug-monitoring program into place. To download audio, please right click on the file name and select ‘Save Target As’:. Rehder-Podcast-031121 (4:37) Q: across...
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
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Audio: Sen. Holly Rehder Discusses SB 55

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses Senate Bill 55, 23 & 25, legislation that seeks to modify provisions relating to elementary and secondary education. To download audio, please right click the file name and select ‘Save Target As’:. Senator Rehder says there is nothing new about...
JEFFERSON CITY, MO
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Audio: Sen. Holly Rehder Discusses SB 63 and SB 51

JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Holly Rehder, R-Scott City, discusses Senate Bill 63, which would modify provisions relating to the monitoring of certain controlled substances. Her measure has been voted “do pass” by the Missouri Senate Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight Committee. She also talks about Senate Bill 51, which would address COVID liability. This proposal has been given preliminary Missouri Senate approval.
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