Haahr names committee chairs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – House Speaker Elijah Haahr announced on Tuesday the House Committee chairmanships and his selections for Republican membership on House committees for...

Schatz stresses quality over quantity for 2019 legislative session

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — As the ranks of Missouri’s Senate gains new members, some enter politics for the first time while others are seasoned...

Haahr takes role as Speaker, promising ‘bold solutions’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — With the 100th General Assembly now underway, newly sworn in leaders are looking for bold solutions to move Missouri forward...

Lawmakers trade in General Assembly for local government

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Four members of the 2018 General Assembly have taken a step back from statewide politics to focus on their local...
Members of the Missouri House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight ask questions of Gov. Greitens legal counsel (PHOTOS BY TIM BOMMEL/HOUSE COMMUNICATIONS).

House committee investigating former governor releases final report

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The House committee charged with finding the truth behind the allegations against Missouri's now-former Governor has released its final report,...

State projects increase in general revenue collection for Fiscal Year 2020

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State budget experts and outside consultants are expecting general revenue collections to see an uptick for the next budget year. On...

Smith to chair House Budget Committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Speaker of the House Elijah Haahr announced on Friday that the House Budget Committee chairman for the 100th General Assembly...

Parson appoints Fitzpatrick as Missouri’s next chief financial officer

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The top fiscal hawk in the Missouri House will be taking on a new role in January and it won’t...

Best of the Legislature 2018: Rep. Jean Evans

Though she came into politics with the intention of focusing on economics, Rep. Jean Evans is looking to be one of the more vocal...

Guns, but not dogs, to be allowed in Missouri Capitol

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missourians visiting the state Capitol building in the 2019 session are free to bring their gun but are going to have...

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