JEFFERSON CITY – Before they can begin their special session looking into scandals involving Gov. Eric Greitens, Missouri lawmakers much wrap up their regular business.A Historic Special SessionAt 6:30 p.m. on Friday, the legislators will go into a special session, the first in the history of the state to be called by lawmakers and not the governor himself."The special session is limited solely to any resolutions regarding discipline of Governor Greitens," said Gina Mitten, D-St. Louis, a member of the House Special Investigative Committee.During the special session, Mitten said, the work will mainly be focused on that committee."Our constitutional process is that disciplinary actions begin in the House, and depending on what that is, if it were to...
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General Assembly wraps up on eve of historic special session