To avoid a lost generation of children with mental and health problems, it will take additional funding.
The plan outlined Monday for a joint House and Senate Education Committee is part of an attempt to develop a funding formula for higher education institutions.
A National Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee official told the AP that $5 million in advertising would be spent elsewhere.
Advocates of people with eating disorders are urging Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to spare a program for them from cuts this year.
Schools in Missouri will receive about $6.8 million that Jay Nixon previously cut.
Projects start shutting down if federal highways plan isn’t in place soon.
The Susan G. Komen Foundation has decided to continue donations to Planned Parenthood.
With all the talk of the “knowledge-based economy” being America’s future, the National Science Foundation suggests state government is going the wrong way.
The bill would bring the state into compliance with federal standards for commercial truckers and drunken driving penalties.
Sen. Jim Lembke says Nixon proposal lacks funding.