Missouri Capitol

Mo Capitol

Mo. House Hearing on Voter ID Changed After Outcry

The leader of a Missouri House committee says she’ll reschedule a 6:45 a.m. hearing after opponents of the measure complained.


The Thomas Jefferson statue drips with icicles as a banner blows in the wind on the steps of the State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri on January 13, 2013. Several state wide elected officals including Governor Jay Nixon will take their oath of office on January 14, 2013, during Missouri Inauguration ceremonies. Temperatures are expected to be in the mid 20's for the ceremony.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Republicans Marking 10 Years of Power in Missouri House

The GOP won control of the Senate a dozen years ago and now holds veto-proof majorities in both chambers.


Getty Images

Mo. Prison Tours Turn Profit for First Time

More than 19,000 people from 23 countries visited the old Missouri State Penitentiary in 2012, generating about $275,000 in revenue.


MO Capitol

Mo. Task Force to Release Sex Abuse Report

The 14-member panel was created under a 2011 state law. Members included legislators, advocates, law enforcement and officials from school districts.


Mo Capitol

Legislative Committees To Meet At Missouri Capitol

Republican legislative leaders are preparing for the 2013 session, in which they will hold veto-proof majorities in both House and Senate.


Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.  (Getty/Alex Wong)

Nixon Seeks to Avoid Veto Override On Tax Bill

The governor needs to persuade only a little over a third of legislators to vote with him when they return to the Capitol on Sept. 12.


Rush Limbaugh, Getty Images, photo by J.D. Cuban

Rush Now on Display

Limbaugh’s bust was positioned Monday near the doors to the House chamber.


Missouri State Capitol 1, Getty Images, Dennis MacDonald

Mo. Capitol Gets Facelift

Project also includes work at Supreme Court building



‘Crosshair Threat’ Prompts Call for More Security Cameras at State Capitol

Senator Robin Wright-Jones supports the move.


Mo Capitol

Missouri Lawmakers Asserting More Control Over Budget

A billion-dollar bump to the budget may seem to contradict the hullabaloo about the state’s tight finances.





Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,995 other followers