Missouri House Panel Reviews Abortion, Fetal-Tissue BillsA House committee heard testimony Tuesday on the proposals but didn't vote.
Missouri Lawmakers Discuss Custody Battles over EmbryosThe measure was spurred by a St. Louis woman in a legal dispute with her ex-husband over access to two embryos.
State Senator Proposes Bill for Disabled StudentsQualified nonprofits would distribute the money to kids with special needs or invest the money received.
Missouri Democrats Continue Stalling SenateThat proposal is now in the House.
Missouri Democrats Stall Religious Objections VoteAt issue is legislation to amend the Missouri Constitution to prohibit government penalties against those who cite a ``sincere religious belief'' while declining to provide goods and services for same-sex marriage ceremonies or ensuing celebrations.
Religious Objection Measure Needs 1 Vote to Advance to HouseThe Republican-led Senate gave initial approval early Wednesday to the proposed constitutional amendment after halting a Democratic filibuster that lasted 37 hours.
House Approves Bill to Expand Food Producers' Grounds to SueLawmakers voted 131-23 Monday to send the bill to the Senate.
Missouri Legislation Could Hike Ameren RatesAttorney John Coffman encourages ratepayers to call their lawmaker and tell them they are against Senate Bill 1028.
Bill Would Prevent Shock Deaths at Lake of the OzarksA bill designed to prevent electrocution-related deaths at the Lake of the Ozarks has again been introduced in the state legislature.
Missouri Weighs Ban on Investments in State Terror SponsorsSenators gave initial approval Wednesday to the legislation.
Gov. Rauner Vetoes MAP Grant, Community College Funding PlanIllinois Democrats approved a plan in January to provide $324 million to community colleges and $397 million to the Monetary Award Program.
Green Tight-Lipped Ahead of Expected Testimony Next Week"Under the advice of council, I have no comment," Green says.