Libla, Romine lead the Senate in call for Attorney General to investigate allegations against...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Less than 24 hours after a report alleging misconduct in the form of blackmail and infidelity by Gov. Eric Greitens,...

Emery’s utility bill on hold for now as House looks to send their own...

House version of SB 564 to be heard by House Utility Committee on Wednesday evening JEFFERSON CITY,  Mo. – The aftermath of the Senate’s filibuster...

Fight for earnings tax repeal stymied… for now

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The effort to repeal the earnings tax in St. Louis has encountered two false starts in as many days. A House...

Senate confirms three interim-appointed directors

JEFFERSON CITY, MO. — On Thursday, the Missouri Senate confirmed three department directors appointed during the interim by Gov. Eric Greitens. Anna Hui was confirmed...

Libla proposes fuel tax increase spread over multiple years

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill increasing the state’s fuel tax garnered support from outside agencies during a hearing Thursday morning. Appearing before the Senate...

Sater seeks to ban Down Syndrome abortion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Sen. David Sater, R-Cassville, has pre-filed a bill which would ban the performance of abortion based on a diagnosis of...

United for Missouri calls SB 1096 a big increase on small tobacco companies

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - United for Missouri urged its supporters to oppose Senate Bill 1096, the legislation that would force smaller tobacco manufacturers to...

Richard: Not considering filing merger legislation ‘at this time’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Social media has been abuzz with rumors that the Senate President Pro Tem intending to file legislation to merge the...

JCAR acts as ‘quasi-judicial’ oversight on agency rulemaking

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The closely watched rulemaking process for medical marijuana will include "quasi-judicial" oversight by a bipartisan committee of elected officials. The little-talked-about...

Torpey will not run for LeVota’s seat

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Former state Rep. Noel Torpey, R-Independence, decided Friday that he will not run for retiring state Sen. Paul LeVota’s seat...

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