Greitens Will Not Sign Minimum Wage BillMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens reaffirmed Tuesday that he will allow the bill reversing St. Louis' minimum wage increase to become law by not signing it.
Hemp Bill Could Grow Profits in IllinoisGrowing marijuana could soon become legal in the state of Illinois.
Missouri Gov. Greitens Signs Discrimination BillThe legislation has been blasted by Democrats and groups such as the state NAACP.
New Bill Would Allow for More Air Pollution InspectorsThe city of St. Louis would have more money to hire air pollution inspectors, under a bill before the board of aldermen
Illinois Fights to Save RacetracksMembers of the Illinois General Assembly's Latino Caucus are speaking out in favor of an amendment to a gambling bill that could help save horse racing tracks
Protesters Gather at Roy Blunt's Clayton OfficeDozens protested the Senate Republican Health Care Reform bill Wednesday in Clayton.
Ill. House Advances Tax Relief BillIllinois House Democrats are advancing a property tax relief bill they say should meet the governor's requests.
Bill to End Tow, Storage Fees for Victims of Car TheftAldermen passed a bill that gives crime victims 72 hours to pick up their car from a city tow lot.
Greitens Backs Ramped-Up Missouri Abortion BillGreitens earlier this month called lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special session focused on abortion.
Greitens Signs New Bill Against Sex OffendersA lawmaker says Missouri Governor Eric Greitens will sign his bill to ban people convicted of sex offenses against children from coming within 500 feet of children's museums.
Alderman Calls for Monitoring of Surveillance Information With the growing number of security cameras, a St. Louis Alderman wants to make sure someone's watching the watchers.
Missouri Takes Step Toward Compliance with Federal ID LawThe legislation signed Monday will give residents the option to get driver's licenses or other identification cards that comply with the federal Real ID Act.