Last Wednesday, May 1, 2013: The Senate Joint Committee on Administrative Rules called in acting DOR Director John Mollenkamp, the Division of Driver licensing Jackie Bemboom, and others for questioning focused on Title 12 Department of Revenue, Division 10 Director of Revenue, Chapter 24 Driver License Bureau Rules, Including, but not limited to, policies and procedures relating to issuance of driver licenses which require promulgation of rules pursuant to Chapter 536. RSMo. The results of which was an exposure of the fact that yet another violation of law (the seventh) has occurred with DOR’s secret scandal causing them to avoid legal rulemaking procedures in an attempt to hide system process changes from the Legislature. (Chapter 536. RSMo)
At noon last Wednesday the Senate Appropriations Committee questioned and took testimony from Special Agent Keith Schilb, Office of Inspector General, Social Security Administration (as per a special Subpoena) regarding the CCW endorsement lists supplied by Missouri State officials, to confirm details about the national implications related to the breach of public trust with DOR’s scandal. The Committee also took testimony from the Department of Revenue, Office of Administration and the Department of Public Safety regarding their conference budget lines.