Mo. Workplace Discrimination Bill Goes to the GovernorThe bill would require people suing for workplace discrimination to prove that a protected class such as race, gender, age or ability was "the motivating factor" for disciplinary action from an employer
Blagojevich Lawyers, Again, Appeal for Shorter SentenceBlagojevich's attorneys say his good behavior since entering prison in 2012 justifies a reduced sentence.
Democratic Candidates Flood Ill. Gubernatorial RaceThe field of Democrats hoping to unseat Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner next year is growing.
Illinois Official's Salary Listing Removed from Health FundIt requests that a portion of Leslie Munger's $138,000 salary come from a professional services fund.
Gov. Greitens, County Exec. Stenger Condemn Jewish Cemetery VandalsGov. Greitens posted on Facebook, urging volunteers to meet him at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery to help clean up the site Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Bob Daiber to Run for Illinois GovernorA Metro East education official announces his intention to run for the state's highest political office.
Greitens Slams Health Care Expenses in New $27.6 Billion BudgetMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens says tax credits and high costs for health care have caused state budget problems.
Director of Missouri State Parks Removed From JobParks Director Bill Bryan says no explanation was given and he didn't ask for one.
Missouri Governor to Propose Budget Amid Financial StrainGov. Greiten's announcement will be made during a visit to a Nixa public school, a break from past governors' traditional announcements during Capitol speeches.
Senate Approves Right-To-Work Bill, Adds Grandfather ProvisionGov. Eric Gretiens has promised to sign the final bill, which would take effect in August.
UPDATE: Missouri House Gives Initial Approval to Right-to-WorkThe House voted 101-58 Wednesday to give initial approval to the bill, which would ban mandatory union fees. The bill needs another House vote before it can move to the Senate.
Greitens to Focus on Job Growth During State of the StateGreitens after just a week in office took action Monday to cut spending he said was necessary to balance the budget. He announced about $146 million in spending cuts.