Romine: SB 682, telehealth, ethics approved

Today, the Senate approved Senate Bill 682, legislation I am proud to co-sponsor that expands public notice requirements relating to land purchases made on...

Attorney General Koster sues Clay County auto-repair shop for taking money, not doing repairs

Jefferson City, Mo. – Attorney General Chris Koster announced today that he has sued John and Deborah Rocha, the operators of a Kansas City...

PSC SETS INTERVENTION DEADLINE IN AMEREN MISSOURI APPLICATION

                JEFFERSON CITY---Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking Commission authority and a certificate...

Governor’s tax committee report targets tax credits in review of state taxes

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After months of meetings, town halls and public comment, the Governor's Committee for Simple, Fair and Low Taxes has released...

Hawley focus of new ethics complaint

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo — Attorney general candidate Josh Hawley’s campaign encountered more legal issues last week when an ethics complaint was filed with the Missouri...

Greitens appoints members to boards and commissions

  Gov. Eric R. Greitens has made the following interim appointments to boards and commissions.   Sam Devinki was appointed to the Holocaust Education and Awareness Commission. Devinki,...

PSC files proposed MEEIA revisions with Secretary of State

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission is looking to update the definitions concerning demand side programs with three newly proposed rules...

Nixon celebrates energy efficiency progress on Earth Day

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon offered an opportunity to reflect on changes made to make the state more environmentally friendly on Earth...

States still trying to find the answer to electric vehicle charging station demands

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Did the Missouri Public Service Commission get it wrong with the decision regarding electric vehicle charging stations? A recent tweet from...

Governor Nixon’s Vetoes Student Transfer Bill and Turns Back on Students Trapped in Failing Schools

For Immediate Release  Date: June 26, 2015  Contact: Ryan Stauffer (816) 519-9933 RStauffer@studentsfirst.org   Governor Nixon's Vetoes Student Transfer Bill and Turns Back on Students Trapped in Failing Schools   Jefferson City, MO-Today, Governor Nixon vetoed House Bill...

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