Jefferson City ranked No. 5 on the Wall Street Journal and Realtor.com Fall 2021 Emerging Housing Markets Index.
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Sen. Mike Cierpiot, who represents Jackson County, said he has heard from numerous constituents who have struggled with sudden tax increases.
The Missouri People's Party hopes to offer voters an alternative to the two-party system in upcoming elections as part of a nationwide push.
The General Assembly approved changes to Missouri's Property Assessment Clean Energy (PACE) Act program Wednesday morning.
The Missouri Senate approved changes to the state’s Property Assessment Clean Energy (PACE) Act program after hours of debate Tuesday.
“I’m able to go into people’s offices and have one-on-one conversations with them and teach them the value of my culture, teach them the value of where I come from.”
Two bills meant to amend Missouri’s Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Act program were considered by a House committee Wednesday evening.
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.
The Consumers Council of Missouri asked the PSC to pass a moratorium on utility disconnections through the winter months this week.