Several firearm manufacturers have threatened to leave states passing stricter gun regulations, prompting Missouri lawmakers to respond with tax incentives.
Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones of Eureka has more on Governor Nixon’s apparent refusal to appear in court after being subpoenad on the state illegally sharing the personal information of Missouri gun owners.
Some call it the ‘Don’t Get Sick’ bill, others the ‘Breaking the Poverty Cycle’ bill. Regardless, it’s making waves in Jefferson City.
“We have no excuses yet. We are demanding action,” Missouri Rep. Stacey Newman, D-Richmond Heights, said.
The Professional Bull Riders tour is at Scottrade Center this weekend for the St. Louis Invitational.
Missouri State Senator Mike Kehoe talks about the call for a new one-cent sales tax to improve Missouri highways.
One measure would put guns in the hands of teachers; the other would close gun show loopholes.
Cardinals broadcaster Mike Claiborne previews game 5 of the NLCS. It’s also a Reardon Roundtable Friday.
In the previous election, only one voted separated the two. This time the difference is about one-hundred votes.
House members Stacey Newman and Susan Carlson ran against each other in the Aug. 7 primary.
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