It was a cold day in Jefferson City.
Late this morning at the Capitol:
Representative Mike Kelley (r) (right). There is no railing, there are no steps, there is no safety net.
That describes the agenda of the republican majority in the Missouri General Assembly in a nutshell.
We made the drive to Jefferson City this morning to watch the House in session. Once we arrived we walked in the single digit temperature and wind from where we parked our car to the capitol building. A few minutes after 10:00 a.m. the House was called into session. After less than thirty minutes they voted to adjourn until Monday afternoon.
As we left the building we turned to photograph the statue of Thomas Jefferson at the front of the building. That’s when we noted two individuals on an exterior window ledge.