Voter ID, abortion, prescription drugs top list of items to be decided.
Delayed legislation includes tax breaks, nuclear power, education spending
“We can’t compete with e-tailers whose basic business model is tax evasion”.
Skeptical union members watch from gallery as GOP states its case.
Bill would have given the go-ahead to bulid two new coal-to-gas plants.
The Missouri House also sets new criminal penalties for doctors who would break the law.
Law would make it a crime to perform surgery while intoxicated.
Utilities could charge customers to recoup costs during construction, not wait until completion.
Actual figures about $2 billion lower than Gov. Quinn anticipated.
Calls measure a “political scheme”