Governor Jay Nixon
Missouri set an all-time high during the 2012 fiscal year by waiving $629 million of revenues through tax credits.
“It is unfair and punitive to retroactively tax at least 122,702 Missourians, particularly without a vote of the people.”
$100 million was borrowed from the Budget Reserve Fund
Ameren wants to build and operate up to five smaller reactors in Missouri.
WEBSTER GROVES, MO–(KMOX)–Governor Nixon signs three bills into law to help residential treatment facilities for children, and to help foster care children and parents. Appearing at the Epworth Children and Family Services center, the governor […]
Missourians could get a tax break for donating to facilities that provide care to the developmentally disabled.
Missouri universities and social services programs may soon learn whether their budgets will be cut for the upcoming year
Thousands of emails and letters are flooding the Missouri governor’s office as he decides whether to sign health insurance legislation.
Lawmakers cut state funding for Early Head Start programs nearly in half, from $5.67 million to $2.65 million.
People who use their influence to take financial advantage of elderly and disabled Missourians could face criminal charges.