Former Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey announced the start of a new lobbying company, First Capitol Advisors, Monday.
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Missouri’s general revenue for August was up by 23 percent compared to the same time last year, according to the August general revenue report released by State Budget Director Dan Haug Thursday.
Missouri gained more than 52,000 jobs last month, according to seasonally adjusted numbers in the July jobs report.
The PSC denied a request to limit the scope of a review of costs related to Evergy Metro’s investment mechanisms.
Gov. Mike Parson said he’s confident in local administrators’ decisions on reopening schools on "This Week in Missouri Politics."
Eliminating non-compete agreements for employees in Missouri would help bolster Missouri’s economy, according to Rep. Travis Fitzwater.
“In these tight budget times when the governor is having to withhold these funds, this would provide new revenue to support our schools without a tax increase.”
Missouri’s unemployment rates are decreasing after record highs earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to DED's June Jobs Report.
Gov. Mike Parson announced that nearly $125 million from the CARES Act will go toward workforce development and higher education initiatives.
The Associated Industries of Missouri (AIM) PAC announced its endorsement of Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday, praising his focus on workforce development and education.