Gov. Mike Parson officially signed the two bills that came out of the special session on violent crime Monday afternoon.
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The Missouri Legislature adjourned from its special session on violent crime Wednesday, sending two bills to the governor’s desk.
Missouri’s General Assembly signed off on the witness protection bill this week, sending the measure on to the governor’s desk for final approval.
Missouri’s general revenue for August was up by 23 percent compared to the same time last year, according to the August general revenue report released by State Budget Director Dan Haug Thursday.
As the House finished its approval of the extraordinary session crime bills, rumblings in the Capitol’s halls about a second special session to fund the witness protection bill have begun.
The Missouri House convened to greenlight the legislation driving the special session on violent crime following committee votes last week — with one exception.
Missouri gained more than 52,000 jobs last month, according to seasonally adjusted numbers in the July jobs report.
The PSC denied a request to limit the scope of a review of costs related to Evergy Metro’s investment mechanisms.
General revenue collections increased by nearly 100 percent in July compared to the same time in 2019, according to a general revenue report.