One lawmaker wants to trim the number of weeks legislators spend in Jeff City
The bill would also require teachers to perform a simulated intruder drill put on by local law enforcement.
There’s a long tradition of filing bills for symbolic purposes or to make a statement.
At the core of the photo voter ID debate is politics, Constitutional law professor Greg Magarian said
Missouri’s chief executive appears before General Assembly on Monday.
Bill in Jefferson City is designed to help modernize the state’s sagging electricity infrastructure.
The proposed overhaul of the state’s criminal laws runs to nearly 600 pages. It would mark the first major update of the Missouri Criminal Code since 1979.
Legal blueprint to replace Peter Kinder appears somewhat muddled.
Tim Jones is harkening back to the days of Republican Governor Matt Blunt and his major cuts to the program.
State Supreme Court struck down liability limits last summer.