A new law restricts school boards and districts from using public funds on elections, a move proponents said would protect taxpayers.
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“Every student in Missouri deserves an opportunity to access an education that will allow them to realize their true potential."
"This bill is about an investment in our future, safety, jobs, and economic development for our state."
Missouri’s agriculture groups gathered in the state Capitol to advocate for issues facing the industry, from broadband to tax credits.
Net general revenue collections for June 2021 increased more than 40 percent compared to those for June 2020, according to the latest report.
Gov. Parson signed off on Missouri’s budget for the new fiscal year, authorizing more than $35 billion in funds while issuing several vetoes.
Lawmakers on the House Budget Committee moved to approve controversial changes to the state’s Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC).
With Gov. Mike Parson’s signature, Missouri became the last state to enact a sales tax on online purchases, commonly known as a Wayfair tax.
As special session reaches its midpoint, Sen. Dan Hegeman said the legislature was determined to pass the FRA renewal to prevent withholds.
The court decision said the method used in some instances to set rates above those approved by voters is unconstitutional.