Committee uncertain if Prevailing Wage should be repealed

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On Wednesday’s Senate Interim Committee on labor reform, Chairman Dave Schatz unveiled data he collected regarding Missouri’s Prevailing Wage Law....

Senate filibusters the withdrawing of Greitens’ appointees

Nasheed, Schaaf, and Romine lead efforts to deny the return of MHDC appointments JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. –  “Oh, what a tangled web we weave...when first...

Marriage age bill encounters resistance during perfection

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Opponents of establishing a minimum age to get married in Missouri called the legislation unnecessary government intervention and said it...

Hoskins says governor must ‘do what is right’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — One Republican Senator has gone from calling the investigation into the Missouri Governor a "witch hunt" to saying it's not...

MLB, casinos back differing sports betting bills in Senate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — There are several bills filed in the General Assembly that would legalize sports betting, but SB 1009 and SB 1013...

Bootheel leaders ask Libla to let SB 190 come to a vote

Seventeen community leaders, including commissioners, mayors, and chamber officials, send Libla letter asking economic development bill to be considered PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. – With few remaining...

Planned Parenthood, ACLU sue state over latest abortion law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Planned Parenthood affiliates and the American Civil Liberties Union are filing a lawsuit over the new abortion restrictions passed during...

Missouri Community Colleges Association awards six legislators

BRANSON, Mo. - The Missouri Community Colleges Association (MCCA)’s convention and trade show, four legislators were awarded on Thursday evening for their support of...

Special investigative committee deadline extended, Barnes says ‘nothing has changed’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The special House committee tasked with investigating the criminal allegations against the Republican Gov. Eric Greitens is extending its deadline. Speaking...

Burns has ‘no intention of resigning’ over call-ins to controversial radio show

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A Democrat serving in the Missouri House is being asked to resign over frequent call-ins to radio show known for the...

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