On Monday, St. Louis Circuit Court judges voted against the proposal which would have created a special court for prosecuting gun-related crimes.
Political courage. That’s the phrase that came to my mind as I watched the Senate’s top GOP leaders cast the deciding votes that killed the gun-rights bill.
“If you will remember, propaganda served as an important tool to win over the majority of the German public during Adolf Hitler’s rule.”
The leader of a conservative group said that it may recruit primary challengers to run against any Republican lawmaker who votes “no” on an attempt to override the veto.
Rep. Mike Colona, D-. St. Louis, says he feels good about the eventual outcome because stakeholders, including parents and children, will have input.
Lead miner says its very future is at stake, unless Missouri House takes action.
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.