Clean Missouri prepared to fight back on legislative changes

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The campaign that successfully advocated for sweeping changes to the Missouri General Assembly shows no sign of backing down as...

Senate closes week without tackling anticipated education reform bills

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Senate closed out its legislative week by passing a bevy of bills Thursday morning. Among those passed was Republican...

House approves $483 million supplemental budget

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri House gave their stamp of approval a nearly half a billion supplemental budget to cover expenses and to...

Senate Democrats vow to keep fighting bill modifying state minimum wage

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — After some kerfuffle Tuesday evening, a Senate bill modifying Missouri’s minimum wage rate was ultimately stalled. The bill, put forth by...
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Gregory presents vehicle hijacking bill in committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s Attorney General has partnered with a St. Louis lawmaker to help give “prosecutors the tools they need” to fight...

Bill altering Title IX procedures draws large crowd during House hearing

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In a standing-room-only public hearing, dozens listened intently as witnesses tried to explain the ins and outs of a bill...

Ameren Missouri reaches milestone in plans to build second wind facility in the state

New renewable energy planned for Atchison County ST. LOUIS – Ameren Missouri's second planned wind facility in the state is one step closer to producing...

House budget chair proposes $100 million in general revenue to fund infrastructure

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In a move that has not happened since the inception of a dedicated fund for transportation, the chairman of the...

ESA programs see success as Missouri lawmakers debate implementing similar scholarships

As Missouri lawmakers debate whether to implement an educational scholarship program hoping to expand school choice, similar programs in other states have seen recent...

Swan seeks to bring back tax credits for film production companies

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Lights, camera, tax credits! Republican state Rep. Kathryn Swan is hoping to paint Missouri as a more desirable state for...

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