With one week left, House and Senate leadership talk priorities and what’s left on...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Dozens of bills remained on calendars as lawmakers moved into the final week of the first regular session of the...

Senate leadership expects to hear SB114, with franchise liquor amendment, during the session’s final...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Last week, the House passed Senate Bill 114, a local brewery bill, and added on an amendment that mirrors the...

General Assembly sends budget to Nixon, but not without controversy

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The General Assembly passed its nearly $25 billion operating budget Thursday, just one day before their constitutionally required deadline. The budget...

With bonding bill stalled, legislature seeks funding alternatives for building projects

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A $1.2 billion proposal that would fund improvements to the Missouri Capitol, the Fulton mental hospital and other state-owned properties...

Who’s Hot & Who’s Not — May 6 Issue

Representatives Jeff Roorda and Paul Wieland are HOT Roorda is off to a strong fundraising lead in Senate District 22, and Wieland appears to have...

This week in the Senate: May 5-9

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri Senators stayed in late Thursday evening as the body attempted to move through a log jam of bills with...

This week in the House: May 5-9

  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – It was yet another busy week in the Missouri House of Representatives. The chamber was desperate to pass as much...

Hoskins announces second run for speaker pro tem

State Rep. Denny Hoskins, R-Warrensburg, officially announced his intention to run for Speaker Pro Tem on Tuesday night at Gumbo Bottoms with more than 75 other representatives in attendance.

GOP senator filibusters budget bill over First Steps funding

  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Lawmakers considered legislation on Thursday that would pit funds for low-income seniors against those for children with disabilities. The bill, House...

Education bill backed by Speaker loses after long vote, tense debate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo — Senate Bill 125, backed by House Speaker Tim Jones, R-Eureka, and touted as a way to improve public schools, failed today...

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