Global building material manufacturer to open a facility in Joplin, Gov. Nixon announces

  Owens Corning’s nearly $90 million project to create more than 100 jobs JOPLIN, Mo.  – Gov. Jay Nixon today joined local leaders and company executives...

Capitol Crime Victims’ Rights Week and ceremony on Friday honor crime victims and advocates...

First legislation signed into law in Missouri this year aims to combat human trafficking    JEFFERSON CITY – This week, Missouri is observing National Crime Victims’...

Richardson: No reason to decouple Missouri’s tax code

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo — The Missouri Republicans kicked off the legislative session in typical fashion, with taxes being a point of discussion. In an press...

BEATTY: Governor’s order fails to create real drug monitoring program

“We share the governor's frustration with his fellow Republicans who control the legislature for their continuing failure to address Missouri's opioid crisis. However, since...

Local governments not filing financial reports correctly

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Continuing the municipal courts initiative, Auditor Nicole Galloway released the first in a series of monthly summary reports focusing on...

100+ List: Part 1

We have compiled our 2015 list of the 100+ people in the Missouri public policy process you need to know. A few changes have been made...

100+ List, Part 11

We have compiled our 2015 list of the 100+ people in the Missouri public policy process you need to know. A few changes have...
Gov. Mike Parson takes questions from the media before a Cabinet meeting on June 4, 2018. (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES).

Parson signs 15 bills

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - On Thursday, Governor Mike Parson signed 15 bills, including Senate Bill 592 sponsored by Senator Dan Hegeman and SB 644...

State Treasurer meets with business and finance leaders in Springfield to discuss future of...

    SPRINGFIELD, MO – State Treasurer Eric Schmitt today met with business and finance leaders at the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce to gather feedback...

Nixon vetoes bill in clash over elementary and secondary education funding

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon announced Wednesday he would veto legislation that would redefine the parameters to fully fund the foundation formula. The...

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