Judge Daniel Green certified the secretary of state’s ballot language and said it "fairly and sufficiently summarizes Amendment 1."
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Here’s a look at Missouri’s initiative petition process and the proposed reforms that could come up next session.
School choice advocates say they are concerned about the future of local school boards’ authority if the initiative petition is successful.
Voters in the capital city approved a new sales tax meant to increase pay for public safety officials on Tuesday.
The battle over the use of public funds to support or oppose ballot measures was before the Missouri Supreme Court Tuesday.
Cole County Judge Jon Beetem said DSS cannot deny individuals who qualify under the expansion from enrolling in the MO HealthNet program.
All of the transformations of the past six years have led the St. Louis business community to encourage STLCC to increase its role in training the skilled workforce they are seeking.
Amendment 1 would give the treasurer more investment options if approved by voters.