Gov. Mike Parson outlined his agriculture policy goals for the year Thursday, focusing on technology and increasing energy demands.
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A bipartisan push to forgive unemployment overpayments during the COVID-19 pandemic is moving forward in the lower chamber.
Missouri’s net general revenue for January increased by more than 18 percent over the same time last year according to the latest report.
Despite being a new legislator this session, Rep. Maggie Nurrenbern is no stranger to the statehouse or collaboration across the aisle.
Gov. Mike Parson signed the first bill of the session into law, providing more than $324 million to the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
Leadership in both chambers of the Missouri Legislature signed a supplemental budget bill from House Budget Chair Rep. Cody Smith Tuesday.
“By giving taxpayers the option to obtain a rebate, we can strike a balance that generates the funding we need while also protecting taxpayers who don’t want to see their tax bill go up.”
Missouri Democrats are eying legislative options to stop the Department of Labor from collecting on federal unemployment overpayments issued during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"This will have a major impact on other areas of our budget, and we must plan accordingly."
"The governor’s priorities closely align with what the Missouri Chamber is hearing from employers across the state."