Prospective gun owners in Missouri will be able to apply for conceal-and-carry permits at an earlier age after a bill was passed in both the House and Senate.
President Obama spoke to American public, Wednesday night, laying out case for more military action
If Senate does same, state would have one of nation’s longest waiting periods
Gov. Nixon could still freeze spending for affected programs.
A state senator representing parts of Ferguson called Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon a “coward” for his response to the fatal shooting of a black man and the protests that followed.
Business owners and other industry experts complained to a Senate tax committee on the Nixon administration’s changing tax rules without advanced notice.
Missouri House members are planning to try to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s vetoes on about $61 million of spending.
About 80 people gathered for a prayer vigil Wednesday morning in the Capitol Rotunda, asking that God would provide courage and boldness to anti-abortion lawmakers.
Missouri Democrat & others grill defense, justice, & homeland security officials about new military gear donations to local police.
City leaders meet for first time since Michael Brown’s shooting death