Missouri Lawmakers Fail to Restore Cuts To Care For Disabled
Gov. Rauner Calls on Legislative Leaders to MeetGov. Bruce Rauner is calling on the four legislative leaders to meet as quickly as possible on school funding reform.
Missouri Sends Governor Bill Tightening Abortion Regulations"Today is a great victory for pregnancy care centers that help women and children all over the state," Greitens said.
Rauner Aide Fired After One Day For Twitter CommentsHe was dismissed for racially charged and homophobic messages found on his Twitter account.
Illinois' Strategy for Digging Out of Debt: Taking On MoreIllinois lawmakers are counting on an ironic strategy to dig out of mountains of debt: borrowing even more money.
Missouri Abortion Special Session Costs Top $73,000 So FarFigures provided Wednesday show the House has spent over $53,000 mainly on lodging, meal and mileage payments to lawmakers.
Missouri Bill Targets Ambulance Calls to Abortion ClinicsThe proposal would establish a misdemeanor offense, punishable by up to a year in prison or a $2,000 fine.
A Look at Illinois' Historic Budget Impasse, Deal to End ItIllinois' historic budget impasse ended Thursday when lawmakers voted to override the GOP governor's veto and give the state its first spending plan in more than two years.
Missouri Gov. Greitens Expands Call for Abortion Legislation Changes include asking lawmakers to make it a crime for abortion clinic staff to ask ambulances to respond to calls without sirens or lights.
Missouri Appears on Track for Income Tax CutsThe state income tax rate for most Missouri residents is likely to fall to 5.9 percent from 6 percent in 2018.
Missouri Governor Signs Budget, Cuts $250M in SpendingThis includes money for K-12 school buses, higher education and social services.
Greitens to Let Repeal of St. Louis Minimum Become LawGreitens says he supports overturning the St. Louis wage. But he says he was frustrated lawmakers had failed to stop it before it took effect.