Missouri lawmakers believe that the expansion of top student scholarships, possibly could add a forgivable loan component to the Bright Flight program, keeping students in the state after graduation.
State Rep. Don Moffitt is forming a “fitness caucus” at the Capitol to encourage fellow lawmakers, others to shed some pounds and eat healthier.
Judge Neil Cohen held oral arguments Wednesday. He said he’ll issue his decision by Sept. 26.
The meeting is put on by the Teamsters Union, Jobs with Justice and the Missouri Coalition for the Environment.
Bipartisanship seems to be the buzz word after the Illinois House voted on house rules Wednesday.
The Missouri Legislature convened its 2013 session Wednesday with the largest contingent of Republican lawmakers since the Civil War era.
The scene that unfolded at the Missouri Capitol this past week revealed the pressures and pitfalls of sexual politics in the U.S. — and nowhere have they been more intense recently than in Missouri.
The new law allows employers and health care providers to deny health insurance coverage of contraception and abortion if the employer has a religious objection.
Bills seek to remove “21 & under” caveat, extend ban to all drivers.
Lawmakers have two weeks of work before Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon presents his budget and policy proposals during his annual State of the State.