Nixon sent lawmakers a letter Monday that said enacting the tax cuts could jeopardize Missouri’s AAA-credit rating. Nixon says credit rating agencies noted the legislation in reports this month.
State lawmakers are beginning to single-out their legislation with names of children, like Bryce and Sahara.
St. Louis developers celebrate after the Missouri legislator ran out of time before getting around to cutting historic tax credits.
Nixon has a month to either sign or veto the legislation.
Nixon’s wish for longer school year also defeated.
We’re off to Jefferson City.
St. Louis County issued only one texting-while-driving ticket in 2012 while statewide just 70 tickets were issued.
The House passed the same bill last month and it now heads to Gov. Jay Nixon.
It started as a simple, although seemingly humorous bill in the Senate to expand the legal definition of an egg.
The chance of what supporters often call “right to work” getting to the floor in either chamber appears slim.