House votes down gubernatorial priority police dog bill

Missouri's lower chamber passes legislation on labor organizations and liquor advertising JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In an unexpected move, the Missouri House voted down a...

Columbia Chamber of Commerce supports easing work-related barriers for convicted felons

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Columbia Chamber of Commerce is supporting bipartisan legislation that would “help those that have paid their debt to society”...

Greitens looks to continue state job cuts while bringing in jobs...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Republican Governor Eric Greitens has long been a proponent of bringing more jobs to Missouri, as well as shrinking the...

Bills easing restrictions on bingo moving through legislature

JEFFERSON CITY — Legislators have been trying for years to ease restrictions on bingo and once again, bills are moving through the Missouri General...

New study highlights benefits of historic tax credits

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new study is making the argument for historic property tax credits as legislators in the Missouri State Capitol debate...

Ruth’s ‘First Time Home Buyer Savings Account Act’ heard in committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – If Rep. Becky Ruth’s HB 1796 is signed into law, then those seeking to buy their first home might have...

Could state workers see a raise in the next fiscal year?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Could Missouri’s state workers, the lowest paid in the nation, finally see some sort of raise? The short and uncomplicated answer...

Prevailing wage dominates House Economic Development Committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In a two-hour long hearing, the House Economic Development Committee heard two of the four bills on prevailing wage on...

No support for Hegeman’s bill on historic tax credits in Local...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A number of tax credits are under fire from Republicans during this year’s legislative session, most notably the state’s Low...

Ways and Means committee debate heats up over income tax

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Senate Ways and Means committee started the day off by shaking themselves awake to hear four bills related to...

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