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.
Maria Chappelle-Nadal Calls Buyout Opponents "Baby Killers"In early morning tweet, says they should "burn in Hell".
Debate Continues Over Prescription Drug DatabaseThe Missouri House did not agree with Senate amendments to a prescription drug monitoring program, including checking for only opioids and purging data after half a year.
Senators OK Home Buyouts in Bridgeton/West Lake Landfill AreasIt would allow residents to apply for buyouts for homes found uninhabitable due to contamination or within 3 miles of sites with high levels of dissolved radium in groundwater.
Minimum Wage Increase Has Missouri DividedMissouri business owners and politicians remain divided over the possible minimum wage increase.
Mo. Senate Passes Prescription Drug MonitoringThe Missouri Senate on Thursday passed a bill to create a statewide prescription drug tracking database, which could bring Missouri into line with every other state.
Mo. Senators Approve Stricter Proof in Discrimination LawsuitsMissouri state senators early Wednesday gave initial approval to a measure that opponents have criticized as making it more difficult to sue for discrimination in the state and voted down protections for LGBT people.
Blunt, McCaskill React to Trump's Press ConferencePresident Trump's feisty press conference on Thursday has tongues wagging all over Washington.
Missouri Senate Passes Measure Banning Mandatory Union FeesSenators voted 21-12 on Thursday to send the bill to the House. House members last week passed an almost-identical bill.
Missouri Republicans Push Right to Work Bill ForwardA bill prohibiting mandatory union fees in workplaces is moving to the Missouri Senate after winning House approval.
Missouri Governor Pardons Clergy Who Protested for Medicaid Nixon's office said the other six people did not seek clemency.
Missouri Senate No Slam Dunk as GOP Spends to Save BluntPolls show the race is close, but Democrats argue the momentum is with Missouri's 35-year-old secretary of state, Jason Kander, a former Army intelligence officer in Afghanistan.