A set of bills intended to curb the power of county executives to make unilateral public health decisions, such as shutting down businesses, resulted in a lengthy House committee Tuesday evening.
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Two bills meant to financially assist Missourians fostering and adopting children were perfected by the Missouri House Monday afternoon.
A plan to allow certain military projects to qualify under the Missouri Works Program is getting another try in the legislature.
Though Missouri’s employment rate increased substantially for the month of December according to the latest jobs report.
A bevy of legislation meant to check the power of local health officials during the COVID-19 pandemic was on deck in the Senate this week.
The capital city is receiving $1.5 million in federal funds to support the commercial redevelopment of the Missouri State Penitentiary.
A Senate committee considered a pair of COVID liability bills Tuesday, resurrecting the conversation in the Missouri Legislature.
After being sworn in for a full term, Gov. Mike Parson pledged to prioritize two of his most talked-about areas of legislation.
Missouri’s net general revenue collection increased by 20 percent for the year in December, according to the latest general revenue report.