Nixon’s Administration Commissioner says he doesn’t know if the state can be sued for not funding the bond payments.
Missouri economic development officials on Monday told a House panel that building a new football stadium in St. Louis could bring nearly $300 million in net sales tax revenues to the state over the next 30 years.
Political scientists are skeptical much can be accomplished
Following a fatal police shooting that has fueled weeks of protests, Missouri lawmakers could consider legislation that would remove local prosecutors from decisions about whether to charge police involved in deadly shootings.
Pizza parlors, doughnut shops and even convenience stores all could be in line for a tax break on the food that they make and sell as a result of a measure moving through the Missouri Legislature.
One Missouri Representative wants to know exactly what was in Governor Jay Nixon’s offer to Boeing. Was anything added to the offer after it was passed by the legislature?
Nixon invited the House and Senate Interim Committees on Medicaid to meet with him and his administration across the street from his mansion.
Less than a week before the federal marketplace for health insurance launches into action, a bipartisan group of Mo. lawmakers met to discuss plans for the state’s Medicaid program.
The Democrats’ bill is not expected to pass. But Republican Rep. Jay Barnes plans to introduce his own Medicaid proposal.
The resolution urges Congress to call a convention to draft a constitutional amendment allowing states to repeal federal laws.