"Right to repair would restore a fundamental freedom and an autonomous do-it-yourself culture to farmers in Missouri."
Posts published in “Regulations”
Two bills meant to amend Missouri’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Act program were considered by a House committee Wednesday evening.
A bill in the Missouri Senate seeks to consider adding streaming services to the list of video service fees.
"We have enough real problems for lawmakers to tackle this session without them trying to push guns into houses of worship."
"When states block communities from passing their own laws, they silence local democracy and hurt community health and the environment."
A bill that would allow water and sewer companies to request rate changes more often is drawing a line between companies and consumer groups.
A bill meant to set a cap on the newly-revived low-income housing tax credits program is set to be considered in the upper chamber.
"All Missourians deserve access to the well-trained, properly educated radiologic technologists who meet accepted national and international industry standards."
"Imposing government regulations without regard for the people they affect is a recipe for disaster, and we must not go down that road once again."
Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz presented a bill meant to discourage "illegal gaming" machines in Missouri before a committee this week.