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Campus Sexual Assault - McCaskill Surveying Universities

Senator launches unprecedented Congressional survey of 350 schools to learn how crimes are reported & investigated, how students are notified about services, and to gauge effectiveness of federal oversight and enforcement

Campus Sexual Assault - McCaskill Briefed by Justice, Ed. Depts.

Civil Rights divisions meet with Senator to discuss requirements under Title IX & Clery Act, aiming to identify how to better protect and empower victims on campuses, hold perpetrators accountable

GM Recall: McCaskill Slams ‘culture of cover-up’ at Hearing

Senator demands answers from GM CEO Mary Barra, Highway Safety and Transportation officials

McCaskill Helps Rally Support for Paycheck Fairness

At a press conference with women Senators, calls on Senate to pass legislation to close gender pay gap

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February 4, 2014
McCaskill Votes to Approve Bipartisan Farm Bill

Following two-year-long fight by Senator to renew Farm Bill, negotiators come to bipartisan agreement Bill creates Permanent Livestock Disaster Assistance Program, provides retroactive compensation for losses, ends Direct Payments

January 8, 2014
McCaskill Meets Nominee to Serve as Watchdog at Department of Homeland Security

Head of Homeland Security oversight subcommittee, talks one-on-one with Inspector General nominee ahead of confirmation hearing

November 5, 2013
McCaskill Calls for Vigilance in Protecting Americans from Illegal European Carbon Tax

Senator’s bipartisan law gives Administration power to protect American jobs from overreaching EU tax on U.S. airlines

September 18, 2013
McCaskill Meets West Point Superintendent on Historic Reforms to Address Sexual Assaults

Senator discusses efforts being taken to protect students from sexual violence and need for reform with head of military academy

Senate Calendar of Floor Proceedings

At 2:00 p.m. on Monday, April 28, following any Leader remarks, the Senate will proceed to a period of morning business until 5:30 p.m., with senators permitted to speak therein for up to 10 minutes each and with the time equally divided and controlled between the two Leaders or their designees. 

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