New DED regulations poised to kill successful economic development program

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – This morning, thousands of workers walked into the headquarters of Express Scripts at the intersection of Interstate 70 and Hanley...

Right-to-Work fails to get 82 votes in house

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Today the house failed to get the 82 votes required for final passage of the controversial “Right-to-Work” legislation. The bill...

Construction yet to begin on North Side Project, Senate standing in the way

NORTH ST. LOUIS – All the principal players in the North Side project are eager to see construction begin, especially the people who live...

Paycheck poised for committee referral in Senate, supporters wary

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Senate is expected to refer “paycheck protection” legislation to a committee before the end of the week according to...

Young Bankers Day at the Capitol

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo - The Missouri Bankers Young Leadership Division spent time at the capitol today to discuss issues important to the association.  Adam...

House Utilities Committee struggling with tracker legislation, amendment possibly forthcoming

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – On the heels of the overearnings announcement by one investor-owned utility, the House Utilities Committee is currently struggling with legislation...

Frame, Kinder, visit Westminster to talk RTW

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Ahead of an expected vote on Right-to-Work sometime this week, Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and Rep. Michael Frame, D-High Ridge,...

Press Release: Letter from Grover Norquist to the Missouri House of Representatives

The following letter was signed by Grover Norquist and sent to members of the Missouri House of Representatives. April 4, 2014 Dear Members of the Missouri...

Press Release:House approves Rep. Elijah Haahr’s legislation to simplify benefit requirements for blind Missourians

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Blind Missourians receiving state benefits would have one less hurdle to clear in order to stay eligible under legislation approved by...

Diehl: Right-to-Work may come Wednesday

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — House Majority Floor Leader John Diehl, R-Town and County, says he is prepared to bring up controversial “Right-to-Work” legislation next...

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