Ford Cuts Won't Effect Missouri PlantsJob cuts for salaried employees at Ford Motor Company likely will have no effect on Missouri's two truck-making plants.
Missouri House Backs Proposal to Restore In-Home Care CutsMissouri House members have put forth a new solution to avoid budgeted cuts to in-home care and nursing services for the disabled.
University of Missouri-Columbia to Cut 12 Percent of BudgetThe interim chancellor of the University of Missouri in Columbia campus is planning a 12-percent budget cut from all schools, colleges and divisions on that campus in fiscal year 2018.
Plan to End Tax Break for Missouri Seniors, Disabled StallsRepublican Chairman Dan Brown said raising taxes on low-income seniors and disabled renters would have brought in between $52 million and $56 million in revenue.
More Cuts Needed in Rauner's Budget PlanDemocrats controlling the Legislature have stalemated with Rauner for two years over tackling a $5 billion deficit and $13 billion in past-due bills.
Missouri Auditor Says State Struggles With Handling of Federal MoneyAuditor Nicole Galloway says nearly $1 million was given out to residents, without proper documentation.
O'Fallon IL School Board Reduces 2017-2018 Budget CutsInstead of $1 million, new plan will reduce budget by $610,000 with only 4 full-time equivalencies eliminated instead of more than 8.5.
Missouri Public Defenders Seek More Money from LawmakersThis year's budget included a $4.5 million increase for the public defenders system.
Greitens Wants to Use Tobacco Money to Reverse Medicaid CutsWants to use some of the money from Missouri's settlement with tobacco companies to restore most of the budget cuts he'd proposed for in-home services.
Missouri Governor to Propose Budget Amid Financial StrainGov. Greiten's announcement will be made during a visit to a Nixa public school, a break from past governors' traditional announcements during Capitol speeches.
Missouri Gov. Nixon's Term Marked by Budget Cuts, Natural DisastersIn an interview with the Associated Press, Gov. Jay Nixon cites increased funding for education and mental health services and billions of spending cuts that have helped keep the budget in balance as tax revenues declined from a recession.
Former Dispatchers Warn Ferguson PD's Stretched Too ThinClaim the safety of officers and citizens are at risk due to cuts.

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