Gov. Greitens Not Pleased With Job Done By State LegislatureMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens is not happy with the Missouri Legislature, which ended its regular session Friday, leaving several bills to die from neglect.
A Look at Missouri Legislation that Passed or Failed in 2017The Missouri Legislature wrapped up its annual session Friday. Here's a look at some of the bills that passed or failed.
Charter School Expansion Hot Topic In Jefferson CityDoes it come down to innovation versus accountability?
Missouri Labor Finalizing Plans To Fight Right-To-WorkSt. Louis Labor Council President, Pat White hopes to put issue before voters in 2018.
Missouri Legislative Session Begins WednesdayRight to work and ethics bills could get top-billing
Mo. Governor Nixes 22 Bills; Might Be Overturned in Veto SessionThe 22 vetoed bills encompass everything from remote-controlled tractor trailers to voter IDs.
Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Possible in St. Charles Co.The St. Charles County Council will take up the prescription drug monitoring program at the Sept. 12 meeting.
Slay to Sign Prescription Drug Monitoring Law TuesdayAlderwoman Lyda Krewson says 49 other states realize the need for a prescription drug monitoring program.
Religious-Objections Supporters Rally in Missouri CapitolThose who oppose it say it's discrimination, and believe Missouri will face same economic consequences.
Mizzou Alumni Urged to Contact State LegislatorsAlumni association president says proposals in Jefferson City would hurt one of the state's biggest economic engines.
Planned Parenthood Might Not Lose Funding, Despite Legislative Action
#MoLeg Podcast: Record-Breaking FilibusterIn the first episode of the #MoLeg Podcast, the panel discusses the state senate's record breaking filibuster, Mizzou budget cuts, and more.