Missouri Supreme Court
The Missouri Supreme Court’s latest decision upholding Jay Nixon’s budget powers has handed future Missouri’s governors a powerful new tool to control state spending.
The Missouri Supreme Court has overturned a trial judge’s dismissal of charges against a man accused of violating the state’s ban on gun possession by convicted felons.
Nearly every speaker asked the House Interim Committee on Education to devote more money for the state’s schools.
Researchers, led by Alex Evers M.D., have identified the site in the brain where the widely-used anesthetic drug propofol binds to receptors to sedate patients during surgery.
That tax increment financing plan needs the blessing of the Housing and Urban Development Committee. Aldermen say residents in their ward aren’t all happy with McKee.
A spokes person for the district said for the partial month of August the total to be paid to other districts is $750,000.
A spokeswoman says the total for about three weeks in August, for 544 students in 14 schools, is $398,400.
The case came from St. Louis County, where officials filed a petition in 2009 to condemn 15 acres for a highway extension.
Dean Michael Wolff is convening a meeting Wednesday of some 60 public policy officials to talk about Mayor Francis Slay’s proposal for an armed offenders docket.
The court spent several hours discussing whether sex offenders and people with gun and drug convictions should face further “retrospective” charges after they’ve been sentenced.