Republican legislative leaders are preparing for the 2013 session, in which they will hold veto-proof majorities in both House and Senate.
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.
Limbaugh’s bust was positioned Monday near the doors to the House chamber.
Project also includes work at Supreme Court building
Senator Robin Wright-Jones supports the move.
A billion-dollar bump to the budget may seem to contradict the hullabaloo about the state’s tight finances.
Upset about both the map and the process that produced it, senators and representatives are out to extract some revenge from the judiciary.
Despite having more than enough members in the House and Senate to pass anything the party desires, Republicans were unable to pass much of anything during the special session.
Elected officials are commemorating the completion Friday of a new Missouri River bridge reserved for pedestrians and bicyclists.
Lottery officials were being joined Tuesday by state education officials for an anniversary event in the Missouri Capitol building.