State Rep. Files Proposal to Keep Protesters Out of TrafficA Missouri State Rep is trying to increase penalties for those who illegally block traffic without a permit.
Missouri Taxi Companies Say Proposals Too Easy on Uber, LyftBut taxi companies and some local regulators told a House panel Tuesday the proposed legislation allows ride-sharing companies to duck some of the most expensive rules on the industry, creating a system that puts traditional companies at a disadvantage.
Mo. State Rep. Wants Confederate Flag BannedA Missouri State Representative is wading into the confederate flag debate.
Missouri Lawmaker says Medical Kidnapping is Real"Parents are scared." - Missouri Rep. Ken Wilson
Supporters Plan Push for 'Isaiah's Law'State lawmaker proposes measure that would protect parents if they want a second opinion about their child's medical care.
Capitol Perspectives: Civilizing the LegislatureVoter approval of a constitutional amendment to move the adjournment of the legislature's final day from midnight to 6 p.m. has been a major step in civilizing the process.
Capitol Perspectives: The Results of Legislative InvestigationsThe recent resignation of the state's Revenue Department director follows a pattern I've seen when Missouri's General Assembly launches investigations into the administration.
Missouri Lawmakers at Loggerheads over BudgetPassing the state budget is the only thing the Missouri Constitution requires the General Assembly to accomplish during the session.
Lawmakers Send New Business Bills to GovernorThe House and Senate sent two bills to Gov. Jay Nixon before they went on spring break that were both pushed by the Missouri business community.
Redistricting and Politics go to Missouri Supreme CourtThe newly drawn map essentially eliminated the district currently held by US Democratic Rep. Russ Carnahan.
Senator Stalls Mo. Special SessionSen. Jason Crowell says he objects to overhaul of state's tax credits for businesses.
Mo. Lawmakers Could Have Special Session Gov. Nixon leaves open the possibility of calling legislators back to Jefferson City