Jamala Rogers with Advocates for Youth says they don’t want organizations getting the money to waste it on administrative costs, when it’s supposed to go toward job training, employment opportunities and education.
Rauner says he doesn’t like to gamble, but he also recognizes the state is losing money to casinos in neighboring states.
Today on Dollars and Sense, Dave Simons answers some tough financial questions from callers.
The St. Louis murder total for the year is nearing 150 – a 35 percent increase over murders this time last year.
Aldermanic President Lewis Reed has asked the city’s budget director to find spendable money in the existing budget.
The New York Times story highlighting Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster in an investigative report on special interest money reminds me of another Missouri attorney general who paid a steep price after news stories involving financial behavior – Bill Webster.
Since voters passed up on a chance to add more money to its coffers, the Missouri Department of Transportation says it’s living on borrowed time and dwindling finances.
The council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night calling for more money for the Army Corps of Engineers to ramp up the effort.
An anonymous group in St. Louis is getting in on the hidden cash phenomena. They call themselves @hiddencash314.
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