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Missouri MAVO Legislative Agenda 2019

Missouri Association of Veterans Organizations Legislative Agenda – 2019 Maintain the 9-person Missouri Veterans Commission with 1 Ex-Officio member from the MMPEC AS STATED IN Chapter 42 RsMO and maintain the governance of Missouri Veterans Commission as stated in Chapter 42 RsMO with NO MERGER WITH ANY OTHER ENTITY; MVC shall remain under the Department […] Continue reading →

Missouri Legislative Alert !!!!

URGENT NEED FOR ALL VETERANS TO CALL OR EMAIL THEIR CONGRESSMAN AND SENATOR AND TELL THEM TO SUPPORT HJR-44 AND SCR-8. These bills must make it to a vote this week to survive. The session ends next week for the year. Subject: Information concerning the Veterans Homes Bonds Two bonding bills are at a crucial […] Continue reading →

Post 3944 to Host Veterans Forum

Post 3944 Overland-St. Ann will be holding a Veterans Forum on Friday, May 15, 2015, at 3:00 p.m. until ?.  Attending will be Senators Claire McCaskill and Rand Paul and possibly other noteworthy politicians.  This is strictly a Veterans’ Forum and veterans issues will be the only subject matter.  Please plan to attend.  We look for the discussions to […] Continue reading →

MAVO Rally in Jefferson City

It was a beautiful Day in Jefferson City on April 9, 2014. Beautiful enough for a Motorcycle Ride to support the MAVO Rally held in the State Capital Rotunda. Find more videos like this on My VFW WebCOM Riders from many Veteran Service Organizations arrived just before Noon to participate. Upon entering and right before […] Continue reading →

MAVO Legislative Days 28, 29 January

MAVO Missouri Association of Veterans Organizations LEGISLATIVE DAYS — MISSOURI CAPITOL — 28 – 29 January 2013 AGENDA 10:00 A..M.., 28 January 2013 Missouri Veterans Commission (MVC) Meeting, 1st Floor Jefferson Building, Jefferson City, MO 1:30 P.M.., 28 January 2013 Missouri Association of Veterans Organizations (MAVO) Meeting, Room 400, Truman Office Building, Jefferson City, MO […] Continue reading →

To View Your Ballot, In Missouri

Click Here To See Your Ballot  That the people living in your house will see at the polls on November 6, click on this link: After you click on the blue link above, your browser will take you to a page called “Find a Polling Place.” Complete the requested address information. Then click the box called […] Continue reading →