98th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Select Committee on Financial Institutions and Taxation, Vice-Chairman
Children and Families
Select Committee on Budget
Human Trafficking Task Force
Election Procedures and Accountability Task Force
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Rep. Cloria Brown, a Republican, represents parts of St. Louis County (District 94) in the Missouri House of Representatives. She was elected to her first two-year term in November 2010.
Prior to her legislative duties, Rep. Brown worked for MasterCard International as Vice President of Information Systems. She also has worked as a software tech manager for Statistical Tabulating Corporation and Wohl Shoe Company.
Rep. Brown is a member of the following organizations: St. John’s Evangelical United Church of God. Lemay Chamber of Commerce, Affton Chamber of Commerce, South County Chamber of Commerce, Jefferson Barracks Community Council, Reagan Federated Republican Women, Missouri Federation, and the Crestwood/Sunset Hills Rotary. She is also a former Lemay Township Republican Committeewoman, the Vice Chair of the St. Louis County Republican Central Committee and the 1st Senate District State Committeewoman. In addition, Rep. Brown is on the Board of Directors of the Lemay Child and Family Center.
Rep Brown is a graduate of McKinley High School and a graduate of Washington University where she received her B.A. in Information Systems.
She is married with one adult daughter and one granddaughter.
Prohibits text messaging while driving unless the device is equipped with technology allowing for hands-free texting and is being used in that manner while operating a non-commercial vehicle
Specifies that students shall not receive A+ tuition reimbursement for remedial college courses
Prohibits anyone from using a hand-held electronic wireless communication device while driving unless the device is equipped for hands-free operation and is being used in that manner
Grants certain counties additional time to prepare absentee ballots
Allows kinship placements for foster children
Changes the laws regarding victims of crimes