VIDEO: Missouri Republican Cuts Mic To Silence NAACP OfficialThe latest on a Missouri House committee chairman who cut off the president of the Missouri NAACP during testimony against a bill to restrict discrimination lawsuits.
Missouri Republicans Push Right to Work Bill ForwardA bill prohibiting mandatory union fees in workplaces is moving to the Missouri Senate after winning House approval.
Missouri House Passes Bill Banning Lobbyist GiftsUnder the current law, lobbyists are able to give unlimited gifts to elected officials. Last year, that included tickets to Beyonce concerts.
Candidate Accused of Rape Says Relationship was ConsensualSteven Roberts Jr. said in a statement Monday the sex assault allegations leveled by Cora Faith Walker last week are ``unequivocally false.''
Incoming State Lawmaker Accuses Future Colleague Of RapeCora Faith Walker (D-Ferguson) notified Mo. House leadership of police report filed against Steven Roberts, Jr. (D-St. Louis).
Pressure Builds Ahead Of SJR-39 Committee VoteMissouri House panel could decide on religious objections bill as early as Monday
Missouri House Advances Rules on Daily Fantasy SportsThe measure needs a second vote of approval to pass the House and move to the Senate.
Ride-Hail Company Regulations Advance in Missouri HouseThe Missouri House is advancing regulations for ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
Democrats Oppose Abortion Notification BillThe current law requires one parent to approve of an abortion in writing.
House Approves Bill to Expand Food Producers' Grounds to SueLawmakers voted 131-23 Monday to send the bill to the Senate.
Missouri House Votes to Limit Union Fee CollectionsOpponents say it's a politically motivated attempt to weaken unions.
Right-To-Work Faces Uphill Battle In MissouriAssociated Press analysis finds not enough support in House to override governor's veto