In the midst of a global pandemic, Missouri lawmakers returned to the capital city and passed a budget package just under the wire Friday.
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The House and Senate plan to go to conference later this week. Here’s a look at some major differences between the two budget plans.
Here’s a look at what counties should expect to receive in relief funds from the federal CARES Act.
Waiting until June to approve the state’s budget would bring greater certainty, both by allowing additional federal resources to be considered and improving state projections.
Sen. Tony Luetkemeyer is calling on Missouri's Labor Department to increase staffing as more people file for unemployment during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a joint statement, Republican leadership said the decision to return to the Capitol on April 27 "was not an easy one."
The Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relation began rolling out the federal government's $600 unemployment checks this week.
Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick will lead an “informal” working group tasked with analyzing and making recommendations regarding federal relief money.
The Missouri General Assembly greenlit a massive $6 billion supplemental budget package as the coronavirus pandemic persists.