Gov. Jay Nixon issued the following statement regarding the announcement that Sen. Paul LeVota is resigning from the Missouri Senate: “Although I have not received a formal letter of resignation, I understand that Senator LeVota […]
AP takes look back at what passed & what led up to Todd Richardson becoming House Speaker
Spring Break is over, and second half of legislative session awaits
Take-home jugs of draft craft beers could become a reality if legislature approves.
Political scientists are skeptical much can be accomplished
Legislative leaders say focus will be on economics and education
Geography no longer more important than party label in understanding the voting patterns of state lawmakers.
Republicans are adding to their ranks in the Missouri Legislature and will soon have even more strength when dealing with Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon.
Gov. Nixon could still freeze spending for affected programs.
Lawmakers say the school legislation would protect students from intruders and reduce the risk of a deadly mass shooting.