Auditor Tom Schweich raises the possibility
With only a couple of days left in the legislative session, Gov. Jay Nixon is holding out hope for one of his most critical issues.
The Missouri Senate endorsed a budget plan Monday that ensures a funding increase for public education but will require negotiations with the House to hammer out the final specifics.
The legislation would create new classes of felonies and misdemeanors, and it would reorganize crimes to fit the new penalty structure.
Bloomberg News correspondent Johnathan Allen discusses his new book, “HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton.”
Missouri lawmakers could have to cut about $370 million from Gov. Jay Nixon’s budget if they don’t want to go along with his financial assumptions.
Secretary of State Jason Kander established a new program he said is meant to protect Missouri elections and Missouri voters’ rights Tuesday.
Missouri still intends to use the popular anesthetic for the next two executions, but the Dept. of Corrections has given back the rest of its supply of the drug.
Missouri will move ahead with two planned executions despite efforts in Europe to block the common anesthetic propofol from being used in the procedure, Gov. Jay Nixon said Monday.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with John Hancock and Michael Kelley. Their guests are Missouri State Senator Kurt Schaefer and Jeff Aboussie, executive secretary treasurer of the St. Louis Building and Construction Trades Council.