The Missouri General Assembly approved legislation bringing sweeping changes to how punitive damages are assessed.
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Here is all the floor activity in the House for Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
Here is all the floor activity in the House for Monday, May 11, 2020.
Missourians will now owe no state tax on federal COVID-19 stimulus payments as a tax relief bill crossed the finish line Friday.
The PSC granted and altered a number of CCNs to utility companies this week.
SNAP benefits could be used for online grocery purchases in Missouri as early as next week.
“With no fee and no referral needed, we can get more people tested which is the key to reducing transmission.”
"We co-sponsored this letter to ensure that Missouri’s ranchers and farmers, an important component of Missouri's economy, aren't subjected to anticompetitive behavior."
The act includes a sunset provision that would require reauthorization by the General Assembly after five years or otherwise phase out of practice.
The effort, spearheaded by state Reps. Shamed Dogan and Tracy McCreery, seeks to secure the release of Patty Prewitt after 34 years in prison.