Pirrello says it’s about solidarity within the Republican Party, not because he thinks State Representative Rick Stream is a better candidate than he is.
A bill aimed at fixing Missouri’s school transfer law could be heading to the governor’s desk as soon as today, but whether Jay Nixon will sign it remains a question.
Hundreds of thousands of lower-income adults could regain Medicaid benefits cut a decade ago under a Missouri budget plan passed Friday that also boosts spending for public education.
A proposal to overhaul a Missouri school transfer law won state House approval Wednesday after lawmakers pared back provisions that could allow some students to attend a private school at local taxpayers’ expense.
Missouri House members plan to advance legislation that seeks to address a student transfer law requiring unaccredited school systems to pay for students who want to attend better-performing schools in nearby districts.
Some Missouri House members ducked out on previous vote
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced plans Thursday to freeze $22 million that had been budgeted for public schools and colleges because lawmakers failed to include enough money in a mid-year spending plan passed this week.
Jake Clemons is the nephew of legendary musician Clarence Clemons. Jake will be performing tomorrow night in the Duck Room at Blueberry Hill.
The Republican State Rep. from Kirkwood officially filed for the office this morning, and then hopped in his car to head to Jefferson City.
When Missouri receives an annual settlement payment from tobacco companies next month, the deposit will be less than half of its typical $130 million.