The legislation backed by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon and Republican Senate leaders would eliminate a tax credit for about 104,000 low-income renters.
The Missouri governor plans to depart Friday for a week long trip to sign several trade agreements.
Locked in a battle with Republican lawmakers over how far to expand Medicaid in Missouri, Democratic Governor Nixon swung through St. Louis to push his plan.
It allows state agencies to coordinate directly with local jurisdictions to provide emergency services.
Lawmakers are questioning the need for the plane and whether its purchase was politically motivated.
Exemptions protecting security plans for schools, hospitals, etc. expired at the end of 2012.
Gov. Jay Nixon has come out in opposition to legislative proposals that would allow teachers to carry concealed guns into classrooms.
Deer hunting season is upon us, and Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is asking hunters to help curb Missouri’s hunger epidemic.
Missourians who were convicted of a crime years ago now have a chance to have their criminal record erased.
Nixon signed legislation that made several changes to state election laws.