Missouri House Advances Plan for $242M in Extra SpendingAbout $45 million would come from state general revenue, with the rest coming from federal and other funds.
Report: Missouri Program Helped No One In 5 YearsThe program was supposed to help people receiving child-care benefits transition off the state allocations through a pilot program run by two organizations.
Presidential Budget Would Cut All Funding to Meals on WheelsThe President's budget would cut all $3 billion from the grant program that funds Meals on Wheels.
Illinois Could Lose $40 Billion in Federal Medicaid SupportThe overhaul would also cap federal support given to states for Medicaid recipients instead of matching whatever states decide to spend.
Elizabeth Snyder Speaks Out in Support of Proposition PProp P is a St. Louis County initiative to raise the sales tax by one half of one percent to fund law enforcement.
Voters to Decide on Eliminating Recorder of Deed's OfficeAn attorney for St. Louis Recorder of Deeds Sharon Carpenter is poised to ask a judge to throw out the election results - if voters decide to eliminate the office.
Tech Companies React to Greitens' Funding CutsSt. Louis's tech start-ups are sitting up and paying attention to what's happening in Jefferson City this session.
UPDATE: Revised St. Louis Soccer Stadium Funding Bill Passes CommitteeLast week, there was no vote by alderman to advance the stadium funding bill, the Aldermanic Ways and Means Committee meet again Thursday to consider it.
Peacock, Sports Commission Hope to Convince Greitens on Facility FundingPeacock says while the tax credits are one way the state could help out, there are other ways the state can participate.
Blues, City Seek Funds to Upgrade Scottrade CenterThe Blues say that the 22-year-old building is in need of upgrades to stay attractive and regional and national events like basketball, hockey and wrestling tournaments.
SC STL Wants to Meet With Greitens Before Asking State for $40 Million Stadium Tax CreditSC STL Chairman Paul Edgerley says he wants to personally meet with Missouri's Governor-elect Eric Greitens "to gain a complete understanding of his position and fully brief him on the project and the benefits it affords to the State of Missouri."
University of Missouri Receives Diversity RecommendationsThe task force suggests establishing an oversight council and establishing incentives for diversity training and education.