Measure Allowing Travelers to Drink at Airport Gates Moves ForwardThe measure would allow drinks from bars and restaurants to be finished elsewhere in the airport.
Missouri House Pushes Real ID Compliance Measure ForwardWithout complaint licenses, Missourians won't be able to use state identification to board airplanes or visit some federal facilities starting in January 2018.
Missouri Lawmakers Push Public Construction RestrictionsMissouri lawmakers are moving forward with proposals to end union-only contracts in public construction.
Missouri Lawmakers Consider Policing ProposalsThe approval came just hours after a committee discussed a proposal that would require courts to appoint special prosecutors in officer-involved shooting or death cases.
Lawmakers Aim to Make Obama's Birthday a Holiday in IllinoisUnder a Senate bill co-sponsored by Democratic Sen. Jacqueline Collins, ``Barack Obama Day'' would be commemorative.
Senate Follows Gov. Greiten's Message Votes Down Lawmaker Pay RaisesSome Missouri senators called the vote to determine their own pay checks a 'conflict of interest,' as Gov. Eric Greitens publicly criticized them for wavering.
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.
Right-to-Work Bill Advances in Missouri HouseHouse Economic Development Committee members voted 8-4 in favor of the bill Wednesday.
Missouri Lawmakers Take First Steps Toward Right to WorkRepublican Gov. Eric Greitens' support for the proposal means it likely will become law this year.
Missouri Lawmakers Vote to Continue Smoking in OfficesSmoking is already prohibited in hallways and legislative chambers - but not offices.