Missourians Can Fly With Current IDs For Up To 1 More YearThe Missouri Department of Revenue announced Tuesday the state will have until at least October 2018 to comply with a federal REAL ID law.
Missouri Revenue Department Cuts May Be PermanentThe budget cuts legislators imposed last year on the Missouri Department of Revenue likely will remain in place.
Rams Claim Missouri Overtaxes TeamNFL club owned by Stan Kroenke seeks $400,000 refund
Nixon to Issue Executive Order on Same-Sex Tax ReturnsThe governor stressed in his news release that the executive "does not in any way authorize or sanction same-sex marriage in Missouri."
Mo. Speaker Jones Vows More Subpoenas For Revenue Department"Hopefully they won't be too busy to appear this time," Jones said snidely in the latest development of the ongoing Revenue Department saga.
Missouri Director of Revenue Resigns After InvestigationDirector Brian Long announced his resignation, leaving the chairman of the committee investigating the scandal to charge he was thrown under the bus.
Missouri Revenue Director Resigns Amid ControversyGov. Jay Nixon announced Long's resignation Monday and said it was effective immediately.
State Auditor to Investigate Allegation of "Gun List" He'll audit the Department of Revenue to find out if personal information from driver's licences and concealed gun applications is being shared with the federal government.
Mo. Revenue Department Answers Subpoena With Mountain of DocumentsSen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, said the department has been violating state privacy laws by sharing Missourians' personal information.
Report: Missouri Senate Told About Licenses, Not DataRepublican lawmakers have raised concerns that documents, particularly concealed gun permits and birth certificates, are being scanned.
Southeast Missouri Judge Will Hear 'Gun List' Case"We believe that is a new and illegal hurdle to someone who is trying to exercise their Second Amendment right to a concealed carry permit."
Missouri License Officials: Gun List Is SecureRevenue officials told a House committee they began requiring documents such as concealed carry permits as part of an effort to deter fraud.