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Press Release:House approves Rep. Elijah Haahr’s legislation to simplify benefit requirements for blind Missourians

Press Release:House approves Rep. Elijah Haahr’s legislation to simplify benefit requirements for blind Missourians

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Blind Missourians receiving state benefits would have one less hurdle to clear in order to stay eligible under legislation approved by the Missouri House Monday night. Sponsored by state Rep. Elijah...

Press Release: State releases March 2014 general revenue report

Press Release: State releases March 2014 general revenue report

JEFFERSON CITY — State Budget Director Linda Luebbering announced today that 2014 fiscal year-to-date net general revenue collections increased 1.7 percent compared to 2013, from $5.48 billion last year to $5.57 billion this year. Net...

Press Release: Gov. Nixon to view storm and tornado damage in University City this afternoon; will then sign bill protecting rights of nursing mothers, as scheduled

Press Release: Gov. Nixon to view storm and tornado damage in University City this afternoon; will then sign bill protecting rights of nursing mothers, as scheduled

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo – Gov. Jay Nixon will view storm and tornado damage in the St. Louis suburb of University City early this afternoon. At 1 p.m., the Governor will tour the affected area with...

Press Release: Senate supports colleague on Public Service Commission appointment

Press Release: Senate supports colleague on Public Service Commission appointment

JEFFERSON CITY – A former member of the Missouri State Senate has received a great honor from Missouri’s top official. This week, the Senate gave approval to the governor’s appointee former Sen. Scott Rupp,...

Press Release: Gov. Nixon calls on General Assembly to prevent further damage to the economy by bringing Missourians’ tax dollars home

Press Release: Gov. Nixon calls on General Assembly to prevent further damage to the economy by bringing Missourians’ tax dollars home

WEST PLAINS, Mo. – As the tab for the General Assembly’s inaction on Medicaid exceeded $500 million, Gov. Jay Nixon visited Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains to call on legislators to prevent further damage to the economy and stop...