After Supreme Court ruling, future of MOSIRA remains uncertain

By Collin Reischman JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — About two weeks ago, the Missouri Supreme Court knocked down the Missouri Science Innovation and Reinvestment Act —...

House Democrats respond to Senate tax cut legislation

By Collin Reischman JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Democrats have responded to Senate Bill 26, the Republican tax cut bill that moved through the Senate just before...

Meet the freshmen: St. Louis Area

This is the second installment of our week-long, six part series, "Meet the Freshmen."    Bob Burns, D-St. Louis — Hometown: St. Louis Political career highlight: “I’ve been involved...

Meet the freshmen: Southeast Missouri

This is the first installment of our week-long, six part series, "Meet the Freshmen." Dennis Fowler, R-Advance – Hometown: Advance, Mo. Education: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice Political...

In-depth: Rupp discusses compromise and tough decisions that went into Senate Bill 1

By Ashley Jost JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — For Sen. Scott Rupp, R-St. Charles, the work that went into crafting Senate Bill 1 — the workers’...

Bill seeks to eliminate solid waste management districts

By Eli Yokley Legislation is pending that aims to do away with the State’s 20 solid waste management districts. Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, has filed the...

Senators accuse former PSC Chairman of lobbying for ISRS legislation, Gunn Responds

by Scott Faughn JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - On the heels of a contentious Public Service Commission hearing Wednesday where the Commission unanimously decided to keep...

Staff Profile: Sarah Nussbaum

By Ashley Jost JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Sarah Nussbaum said she got lucky when she threw in her resume for a potential legislative assistant job...

PSC Grants Senator Schmitt’s Request for More Information on ISRS

by Scott Faughn JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A contentious Public Service Commission meeting ended in consensus on Wednesday with the PSC voting unanimously to allow...

Lawmakers mull possibility of ending electronic voting

By Collin Reischman JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Legislation that would bar the use of electronic voting machines in Missouri elections was heard at the House...

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