Missouri House Approves Regulations for Uber, LyftThe bill would outline statewide regulations, such as a $5,000 fee, background checks and vehicle inspections.
U.S. Appeals Court Reinstates Suit Over Missouri Alcohol AdsA federal appeals court on Thursday revived a lawsuit challenging Missouri regulations that broadcasters and others say illegally limit how they can market alcohol.
Regulation Proposal for Ride-Hailing Services Move ForwardA state House committee on Tuesday, voted 12-1 to move forward a proposal to create statewide regulations for app-based companies such as Uber and its competitor - Lyft.
Missouri Planned Parenthood Seeks to Expand Abortion AccessPlanned Parenthood officials in Missouri want a federal judge to block abortion regulations so four additional clinics can offer the procedure.
Rauner Creates Council He Says Will Cut Illinois BureaucracyIt also is tasked with reducing unneeded requirements to save time and money for businesses, social service providers and residents.
Missouri Court Upholds Limits on Cellphone Tower RegulationsThe Missouri Municipal League successfully challenged those laws in 2013, when a judge found procedural violations in the way they were passed.
Missouri Legislature Tightens Tow Company RegulationsThe Senate passed the bill in April on a 29-3 vote, and now it goes to the governor.
Missouri House Passes Ride-Hail Regulations for Uber, LyftThe legislation now heads to the Senate, where a similar bill is awaiting debate.
Missouri House Advances Rules on Daily Fantasy SportsThe measure needs a second vote of approval to pass the House and move to the Senate.
Ride-Hail Company Regulations Advance in Missouri HouseThe Missouri House is advancing regulations for ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft.
St. Louis Utility Company Pushes Back Against Carbon RulesJust in case its legal strategy against the Clean Power Plan falls short, Ameren is also working to develop a plan at the state level to cut Missouri's carbon emissions.
Missouri Taxi Companies Say Proposals Too Easy on Uber, LyftBut taxi companies and some local regulators told a House panel Tuesday the proposed legislation allows ride-sharing companies to duck some of the most expensive rules on the industry, creating a system that puts traditional companies at a disadvantage.