A quick veto session for the Missouri Legislature ends with the status quo.
The Governor denied only five measures last spring and lawmakers were unable to reach the number of votes needed to override any of them.
But there was some action starting in the senate, which approved a measure asking Senator Maria Chapelle Nadal to resign and censuring her.
She had posted a statement on social media calling for the assassination of President Trump, later retracting the statement.
And members of the house have referred representative Warren Love to the ethics committee.
He sparked controversy when he said that the vandals who defaced a confederate monument in Springfield should be hung.