Citizens look to address Medicaid expansion, St. Louis City/County merger through initiative petition

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A few Missourians are looking to take a few hot topics directly to a vote of the people. Three recently...

Closed primary elections? House Republicans give initial approval

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri House gave initial approval to a proposal closing the state’s primary elections — by a margin of just...

Trent announces bid for floor leader, promises to act as ‘servant’ of House

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Rep. Curtis Trent is officially running for House floor leader, maintaining he wishes to be a “servant” of the legislative...

New initiative petitions look to alter medical marijuana amendment, ethical standards

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Three new initiative petitions have been submitted to the state this week. Two are new proposals, and another is a...

Eddy Justice launches 2020 campaign for state Senate

Having been involved in local Missouri politics for some time, Eddy Justice is officially throwing his hat in the ring for an open state...

To date, roughly one-third of initiative petitions approved to gather signatures

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Roughly one-third of the citizen-initiated ballot proposals submitted to the state have been approved to start the signature gathering process....

Missouri Lincoln Days 2019: Grassroots, grassroots, grassroots

ST. LOUIS – Hundreds of Republicans descended onto St. Louis this past weekend for the annual Lincoln Days conference hosted by the Missouri Republican...

MEC issues two advisory opinions, dismisses complaint against Nasheed

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Materials such as books, studies, and reports are not expenditures and therefore not prohibited under the executive branch gift ban,...

Shawan drops $100k into his campaign committee

One freshman lawmaker’s war chest recently got a $100,000 infusion with his own money. On Thursday, Rep. Jeff Shawan made the uncommon — but not...

MEC fines Young Americans For Liberty for campaign finance violations during August primary

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The committee overseeing Missouri’s ethics regulations has fined a Virginia-based conservative group for actions during the 2018 August primary election. The...

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