Nixon Believes Bill Against Earnings Tax to Fall ShortGovernor Nixon has some words of comfort for St. Louis budget planners afraid the legislature might try to get rid of the city earnings tax.
Missouri Lawmakers Pan Governor's Mid-Year Budget RequestBudget officials said Medicaid accounted for about three-quarters of the budget request.
Nixon Focuses on Ethics in Final State of the State SpeechNixon cited big checks to candidates from donors and lobbyist gifts as giving the perception of undue influence on public officials.
Nixon Outlines Ethics Changes as Priority for 2016 SessionNixon said he wants to restore campaign contribution limits, ban lobbyist gifts and close the revolving door, which allows lawmakers to immediately become lobbyists after leaving office.
Missouri Tax Amnesty Brings in $35 Million for Health CareNixon announced the revenue figures Tuesday, a day before lawmakers are to convene for their annual session.
Gov. Nixon Responds to Letter from NFLThe Committee is asking for the proposal no later than December 30th.
Missouri Lawmakers Question Money for Refugee ResettlementA Republican-led budget committee on Monday reviewed how the federal money is used for housing, medical care and cash assistance.
Rams Owner Stan Kroenke Meets with Gov. NixonMeeting comes as Missouri House Budget Committee blasts stadium funding plan
St. Louis Fed Official Named to Missouri Board of CuratorsYvonne Sparks, assistant vice president and community development officer for the reserve bank of St. Louis, can begin serving immediately but the Missouri Senate must confirm her appointment within the first 30 days of the upcoming session.
Nixon: New Spy Agency Home Can Fix "Profound Mistake"Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is calling on the federal government to make amends for what he called one of the ``profound mistakes of urban development policy'' by selecting a north St. Louis site where a failed public housing project once stood as the new home for a spy agency's regional headquarters.
Missouri House Speaker Letter Blasts State Money for StadiumMissouri's House speaker is gathering signatures for a letter to Gov. Jay Nixon that slams a plan to use state money for a new St. Louis football stadium.
Missouri Colleges Would Freeze Tuition for Funding Hike Leaders of Missouri's public community colleges and universities said Monday that they'll freeze undergraduate tuition next school year as part of a deal with Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon to ramp up funding from the state.