The Missouri House passed a bill proponents said would increase transparency for community spending Thursday.
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A bill proponents say would protect first responders from dangerous information leaks was perfected by the House Wednesday.
A bill seeking to permanently allow Missouri businesses to sell mixed drinks to go saw bipartisan approval on the House floor Wednesday.
A bipartisan push to forgive unemployment overpayments during the COVID-19 pandemic is moving forward in the lower chamber.
Gov. Mike Parson signed an executive order to temporarily relax hours of service limitations for fuel trucks for the next ten days.
The Missouri House approved a bill proponents say would protect farms and ranches from government overreach Thursday morning.
Gov. Mike Parson signed the first bill of the session into law, providing more than $324 million to the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
The Senate debated a bill that seeks to lessen the power local officials have during public health emergencies for about four hours Wednesday before it was laid over.
Leadership in both chambers of the Missouri Legislature signed a supplemental budget bill from House Budget Chair Rep. Cody Smith Tuesday.