Missouri House Votes to Pass Voter ID LawThe Missouri Legislature has passed a requirement for voters to show photo identification.
Analysis Adds Fuel to Fight Over Illinois School FundingGov. Rauner is pushing a plan that would increase school funding by providing the full per-pupil amount of state aid to districts for the first time in seven years.
Illinois Drops Plan to Tax Wealthy at Higher RatesThe proposal would've changed the Illinois Constitution so people would be taxed based on their earnings.
Missouri House Overrides Veto on Public Union DuesThe Missouri House voted Wednesday for legislation that would change how public union members pay dues, the first step to overriding a veto by Gov. Jay Nixon.
Nixon Vetoes Missouri Legislation to Cap School Funding GoalMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed a measure Wednesday that would cap the targets state government uses to fund public K-12 schools, chiding legislators for approving a ``broken promise'' to students he said will pave the way for them to enact more tax breaks.
AP Sources: Kasich to End White House BidThree campaign officials who spoke to The Associated Press said the Ohio governor plans to announce his decision in a statement from his home state later Wednesday.
St. Charles Considers Sales Tax HikeThe move would raise the city's rate to 7.95 percent.
Missouri House Advances 'Personhood' LegislationHouse members voted 112-36 Tuesday to give the legislation initial approval.
Missouri Supreme Court: No Tax Loophole for Doughnut HolesThe high court unanimously ruled Tuesday that the Krispy Kreme doughnut maker doesn't qualify for a lower sales tax typically applied to grocery stores.
Voter ID Requirement Advancing in Missouri SenateThe measures still need a final vote before going back to the House.
Missouri House Passes Legislation to Protect AirbnbBlue Springs Republican Rep. Sheila Solon says the measure would take away local control.
Controversy in Hanley Hills Over Convicted Felon Elected as TrusteeHe was elected April 5, despite his criminal past as a drug dealer and the 16 years he served in prison.

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