House budget chair proposes $100 million in general revenue to fund infrastructure

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In a move that has not happened since the inception of a dedicated fund for transportation, the chairman of the...

Missouri Lincoln Days 2019: Grassroots, grassroots, grassroots

ST. LOUIS – Hundreds of Republicans descended onto St. Louis this past weekend for the annual Lincoln Days conference hosted by the Missouri Republican...

Movers and Shakers: Missouri Senate Conservative Caucus

Seemingly involved in every bill now that the legislative session is in full swing, the new Missouri Senate Conservative Caucus has taken to the...

Senate compromises on tort reform following filibuster

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — After a filibuster that nearly hit the 15-hour mark, the Missouri Senate agreed to a compromise on civil litigation reform,...

House gives omnibus abortion bill overwhelming approval

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Lawmakers spent more than two hours sharing their views on further terminating pregnancies before the House gave their approval to...

House moves forward with ‘strongest pro-life bill in the country’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Republicans in the Missouri House are continuing to move forward on legislation that would nearly ban all abortions in the...

Discussion with DOR regarding withholding error continues in special committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A House committee dedicated to government oversight continued digging into the reason behind the lagging state revenues and Missourians’ expected...

Committee hears proposed changes to how colleges handle assault, sexual misconduct cases

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — One lawmaker is looking to make sure that all complaints involving assault and sexual misconduct at universities are handled in...

Ameren unveils $5.3 billion grid upgrade plan spurred by changes to utility laws

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s largest electric provider has unveiled a plan to invest $5.3 billion in infrastructure upgrades, which they say lawmakers made possible...

Standing-room-only hearing discusses expanding charter schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missourians from across the state came to Jefferson City to share their stories, their experiences, and their recommendations on the...

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