GM workforce development bill survives Senate conservatives’ marathon filibuster

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Gov. Mike Parson and Senate leadership waited out a nearly 30-hour filibuster waged by conservatives to pass a workforce development...

Protections for large livestock operations sent to governor’s desk

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Local governments will be prohibited from creating rules for agricultural operations stricter than those already imposed at the state level under...

Is there still hope for criminal justice reform this session?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — With only one week left in the legislative session, it’s pretty certain the massive criminal justice reform omnibus bill isn’t...

FY 2020 budget finalized, sent to governor’s desk

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. —  After a brouhaha over tuition rates for “Dreamers,” the Missouri General Assembly has completed their constitutional obligation of passing a...

House approves incentive package aimed to attracted GM Wentzville expansion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The House brought up and attached to a Senate bill an incentive package spurred by a potential $1 billion investment...

Hoskins on PDMP bill: Bring it on

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Despite essentially filibustering a House bill establishing a statewide prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) this week, Sen. Denny Hoskins hopes...

Does Fast Track have a path forward? Not without ed reform, conservatives say

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The road to Fast Track is paved with education reform — at least according to some of the Senate’s more...

Differences between Senate, House budgets heading into conference committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Lawmakers in the two chambers are set to sit down together to begin hashing out differences between the two versions...

Senate reaches ‘genuine compromise’ on tort reform bill during another late night debate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Senate had another marathon debate lasting overnight and into the early morning Thursday, this time with tort reform...

Joinder and venue alterations head to governor’s desk

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Both chambers in the Missouri legislature have given the stamp of approval on changes to the state’s joinder and venue...

STAY CONNECTED

10,097FansLike
7,964FollowersFollow

POPULAR

LATEST