Sen. Brad Lager
As of July, Kinder still owed $192 of taxes on the plot of land plus $42 of penalties and interest for the 2011 tax year.
Two prominent political donors have switched sides in Missouri’s Republican primary for lieutenant governor.
Missouri lawmakers have finally made progress on the state’s $24 billion operating budget.
Sen. Brad Lager said the timing and arguments of the environmental groups don’t make much sense.
The Senate adjourned near midnight after eight hours without a compromise on Missouri’s $24 billion budget.
It would require discrimination to be a motivating factor, not just a contributing one, in lawsuits. It would also limit damages in these cases.
Missouri’s Legislative Black Caucus is in opposition of a bill they say will eliminate years of progress for civil rights and discrimination protection for employees.
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