Lawmakers return to Springfield this week to resolve a number of outstanding state government issues.
Lawmakers will consider legislation abolishing Missouri’s February 2012 presidential primary election.
Corps of Engineers would be required to drain upstream reservoirs to handle spring rains.
“Understanding that every dollar that we invest in this or any other economic incentive is a dollar that we’re not going to put in education or we’re not going to put in roads or we’re not going to put in bigger issues,”
Tax credits, China Hub high on list for discussion.
The proposed sports incentives are part of the agenda for a special legislative session that starts Tuesday.
A political watchdog group wants to know how much money is spent lobbying lawmakers.
Roughly 150 bills lawmakers passed this year, about 20 came from those serving in their first term.
Tax incentives among issues still unresolved on last day of session.
Voter ID, abortion, prescription drugs top list of items to be decided.