Missouri House Panel OKs Plan for $69M More for K-12 SchoolsThe House Budget Committee on Wednesday passed a package of bills outlining state spending.
Missouri House Panel Endorses Bonding PlanThe proposal calls for spending at least $200 million on a new state mental health facility in Fulton.
Boeing Bid Could Impact Missouri, Regardless of OutcomeSome insist Missouri made a positive impression on business leaders merely by trying to get Boeing to locate its 777X plant in the area.
Continued Growth Forecast for Missouri RevenuesState Rep. Tom Flanigan said Tuesday that economists and budget officials for the legislative and executive branches have agreed on a projection of 3.1 percent growth.
Nixon Seeks to Avoid Veto Override On Tax BillThe governor needs to persuade only a little over a third of legislators to vote with him when they return to the Capitol on Sept. 12.
Missouri Lawmakers Asserting More Control Over BudgetA billion-dollar bump to the budget may seem to contradict the hullabaloo about the state's tight finances.
Missouri House Member Plans To Run For Lt. GovernorDemocrat Sara Lampe cited her experience serving on the House Budget Committee, running a small business and working in public education.
Mo. Lawmakers Move to Cap State Spending If the measure is approved by the voters, later this year, there would be a cap of annual spending.
Calls for a Cap on State SpendingFuture state spending would be capped under a measure passed by the House Budget Committee Wednesday.
Bill Aims to Prevent Nixon From Charging Travel to Other AgenciesThe governor would no longer be able to charge his travel expenses to other state agencies under new bill introduced by the House Budget Committee Monday.