Income tax cuts? No. Nullification of federal gun-control laws? No. New hurdles for public employee unions? No.
Allowing juveniles to seek removal from Missouri’s sex offender registry is a target for a possible veto override when state lawmakers return to the state Capitol in several weeks.
Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation Friday that would have made it a crime for federal agents to attempt to enforce federal gun laws in Missouri and could have landed journalists in jail for publishing the names of gun owners in the state.
Imagine the scenario: A federal agent attempts to arrest someone for illegally selling a machine gun. Instead, the federal agent is arrested — charged in a state court with the crime of enforcing federal gun laws.
Lawmakers passed a $25 billion budget that could force Gov. Nixon to choose between funding for developmentally disabled children or seniors
The Missouri House voted Thursday to allow additional hydroelectric power to be used toward meeting the state’s renewable energy requirement.
Both the House and Senate adjourned early last week so legislators could return home to their districts before the storm hit.
Gov. Nixon expressed disappointment that lawmakers failed to expand incentives for businesses
The St. Louis Sports Commission wants help from the legislature to bring a major college football bowl game to St. Louis.
A bill that would prohibit the discussion of sexual orientation in public schools is being debated in Jefferson City.