World Wide Technology challenging Missouri in court on loss of large state contract

JEFFERSON CITY,  Mo. – A St. Louis-based technology company is alleging Missouri’s Office of Administration (OA) used an unlawful, arbitrary, and unfair scoring method...

Are Republicans abandoning opposition to the Missouri Plan?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. –  In 2017, Republicans strongly questioned the effectiveness of the Missouri nonpartisan court plan while the Appellate Judicial Commission sought to...

Senate votes to lower cap on historic tax credits

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Missouri Senate plan is looking to roll back a tax credit program focused on helping developers restore and repurpose...

Per rule 47, arbitration bill shelved

Controversial contract bill drops off House calendar JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A bill seeking to strengthen employment contracts through the required arbitration of sexual harassment, discrimination,...

Airbnb Delivers $300,000 to Missouri in First Month of Tax Agreement

JEFFERSON CITY – Today, Airbnb, the world’s leading community driven hospitality company, announced that it collected and remitted over $306,000 in revenue to the...

Walsh happy with November date for right-to-work vote

TWMP panel delves into investigation into the Governor Sen. Gina Walsh sat down with Scott Faughn on This Week in Missouri Politics to talk moving...

Schmitt announces Missouri FIRST initiative to help small businesses and farmers

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt is back on the road this week, announcing the revamping of the state’s linked deposit program. Speaking...

Could Republicans move right-to-work vote to favor the party in November election?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The issue of right-to-work is still up in the air in the Show-Me State, despite the passage of the legislation...

House approves Gregory’s bill for state to regulate amateur MMA, kickboxing

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Rep. David Gregory’s “child safety and deregulation bill” was given final approval by the Missouri House on Thursday. HB 1388...

Full repeal of prevailing wage passes House with narrow margin

JEFFERSON CITY, MO. — With just seven votes to spare, legislation that would repeal Missouri’s prevailing wage laws was given approval by the House....

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