Gov. Jay Nixon
Nixon’s wish for longer school year also defeated.
Missouri’s county sheriffs would become responsible for printing concealed weapons permits instead of the state Revenue Department under legislation sent to the governor Thursday.
Still no progress with a month left in the legislative session.
Fund is to reimburse school districts for extra cost associated with special needs students.
Jones says the appeal is based on religious freedom.
Missouri Supreme Court ruled against local sales taxes on vehicles in 2012.
Some hospitals concerned about shutting down if Medicaid isn’t expanded.
Legal blueprint to replace Peter Kinder appears somewhat muddled.
Governor would propose adding six days to the school year.
Ruling overturns lawmakers’ override of Gov. Nixon’s veto.
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