Missouri House Advances Plan for $242M in Extra SpendingAbout $45 million would come from state general revenue, with the rest coming from federal and other funds.
Media Again Criticizes Gov. Greitens for Lack of Accessibility"This is a governor who is inaccessible in ways that I haven't encountered in nearly a half-a-century," says Phill Brooks, KMOX.
Missouri House Votes for Restrictions on Child MarriagesUnder current law, children ages 15-17 can get married with permission from a parent, and those younger than 15 need approval from a judge.
Greitens OKs Paid Parental Leave for Some State WorkersThe executive order will grant up to six weeks paid leave for primary caregivers and three weeks for secondary caregivers to spend time with newborn or adopted children.
Missouri House Passes Change to Tort LawsuitsIt would limit plaintiffs' ability to combine lawsuits and require plaintiffs to individually establish a venue where a case is heard.
Lawmakers Question Response to Missouri Prisons ComplaintsMissouri lawmakers on Thursday questioned the timing of administrators' response to claims of widespread harassment in state prisons, an issue that's spurred outrage among some elected officials and led to a House review.
Trump Supporters Rally in Jefferson CityEvent was one similar to others held Saturday at state capitols around the U.S.
Pro-Trump Rally Planned in Jefferson CityWe've seen a lot of demonstrations against President Donald Trump lately, but what about demonstrations supporting him?
Alzheimer's Advocates to Protest Budget Cuts in Jefferson CityMore than two hundred Alzheimer's advocates, including a hundred from St. Louis, will descend on the state capitol Wednesday to say funds to help families care for their loved ones should be restored to the budget.
After Residency Dispute, Hawley Rents Capital City ApartmentDemocrats had raised the issue after Hawley, a Republican, took office in January.
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.
Missouri Senate Considers Lawmaker Pay RaisesStatewide elected officials will get 8 percent raises for the next two fiscal years.

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