Nixon remained largely silent about health care issues as he campaigned for re-election last year. But after a resounding victory, he embraced a Medicaid expansion called for by President Barack Obama’s health care law.
Midwesterners accustomed to generous government aid after ice storms, floods and tornadoes may soon have to look somewhere else for help when disaster strikes.
Figures released Friday by the Office of Administration show net general collections totaled $3.77 billion from July through December.
The supermax prison is paying out hundreds of thousands of dollars in overtime to its security staff despite having more guards than inmates, according to a newspaper report.
Missouri’s most recent budget numbers are out, and revenue is up seven and a half percent from a year ago.
Authors of report stop short of reommending specific solutions.
The Civic Federation’s assessment of the state budget concludes the backlog should shrink by 14 percent
The Springfield School Board has adopted a budget that’s projected to leave the education fund almost $11 million in the red.
The St. Louis county parks department is projecting a $500,000 budget short fall next year.
Last year brought infighting, layoffs, and attempt to close parks.