Jay Nixon has given the go-ahead to spend $132 million on improvements to the Capitol and other state facilities.
A Senate plan would give the State Board of Education power to eliminate failing school districts if the districts cannot afford to survive through the school year.
Concerns over Missouri’s execution process has one legislator looking for change.
Debate over legislation taking aim at a student transfer law
Former Republican Sen. Kit Bond is citing problems with the federal health care law as a reason to embrace one of its key provisions by expanding Medicaid coverage.
A Missouri House panel has endorsed legislation that would move the state’s presidential primary to March 15.
Missouri House Republicans are fighting unions and democrats to make the Show-Me State a right-to-work state.
Teachers, parents and lawmakers debated the necessity of Missouri schools abiding by nationwide standards.
The measure would allow the governing board of an unaccredited or provisionally accredited district to terminate the contracts of school staff, including tenured teachers.
The Hailey Owens case focuses fresh attention on a bill before Missouri lawmakers.