Mo. Chamber of Commerce Endorses Eric GreitensMissouri's gubernatorial candidates are picking up endorsements left-and-right.
Nixon Vetoes Missouri Tax Break, Litigation BillsMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon went on a vetoing spree Tuesday, knocking down legislation that he described as giving ``special interest tax breaks'' and ones that would change the state's litigation policies.
St. Louis-Area Firms Oppose Religious Objections MeasureLeaders from Monsanto, MasterCard and other firms joined Gov. Jay Nixon Friday at the St. Louis Regional Chamber to express opposition to Senate Joint Resolution 39.
Right-to-Work Supporters Prepare for Possible VetoChamber of Commerce President and CEO Dan Mehan says if Gov. Nixon does veto the measure, they will try to receive enough votes to override his veto.
Govs Nixon, Perry Discuss Business Climate in Their States on KMOXJay Nixon and Rick Perry each gave their take on Perry's visit with the Missouri Chamber of Commerce.
Texas Gov. Perry's Visit Draws Strong ReactionsHB 253 is an income tax cut that was passed by the Missouri Legislature but vetoed by Gov. Jay Nixon. Republicans will attempt to override that veto in a session next month.
Nixon's Veto Threat Makes 'Right-To-Work' UnlikelyThe chance of what supporters often call “right to work” getting to the floor in either chamber appears slim.
Another 'China Hub' Proposal Considered In Missouri HouseMissouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan says the credits would only be tapped if results are seen.
Money Swap to Revive Lambert Cargo Hub Raises EyebrowsExperts claim it's legal, but some question whether it will work
China Hub Planners on the Defensive -- as Dream FadesTaxpayers have poured $3.5 million to promote a hub that isn't there.
Missouri Job Creation Plan Moving AlongFrustrated by a perceived lack of success at a Missouri Capitol, more than a dozen representatives from businesses began meeting last summer to develop a winning strategy.
Debate Arises Over Employment Discrimination BillsUnder the bills, plaintiffs would have to prove that discrimination was a "motivating factor'' rather than a "contributing'' factor in their firing.