Former Missouri House Speaker Tilley Registers As LobbyistTilley announced his resignation from the House in mid-August, five months before his term would have ended.
House Speaker Tilley Quits Months Before End of TermTilley cited his optometry practice, working on campaigns and spending time with his two daughters as the key factors in his decision.
Controversial "Don't Say Gay" Bill Debated In MO HouseA bill that would prohibit the discussion of sexual orientation in public schools is being debated in Jefferson City.
Steelman Recruits Missouri House Speaker House Speaker Steven Tilley not only will serve as chairman, but will play a substantial role in her campaign
Missouri House Speaker Tilley Endorses Romney U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, former U.S. Sen. Jim Talent and Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich have already thrown their support towards Romney.
Republican Tilley Drops Out of Missouri Lt. Governor Race"Running statewide would require me to spend even a greater amount of time apart from my daughters, something I am just not willing to do," said Tilley
Missouri Special Session Reveals GOP RiftsDespite having more than enough members in the House and Senate to pass anything the party desires, Republicans were unable to pass much of anything during the special session.
Mo. House Speaker Launches Lt. Gov Campaign Steven Tilley said he raised $347,000 for his campaign in roughly the past six weeks and has more than $1 million in his account.
Missouri Lawmakers Evaluate Disaster ResponseLawmakers will focus on the state's emergency response, financial aid and insurance coverage.
Missouri Job Creation Plan Moving AlongFrustrated by a perceived lack of success at a Missouri Capitol, more than a dozen representatives from businesses began meeting last summer to develop a winning strategy.
Federal Repeal Measure Splits Missouri ConservativesThe resolution urges Congress to call a convention to draft a constitutional amendment allowing states to repeal federal laws.
House Speaker Tilley Agrees with Slay on Local Control"Listen, I'm a firm believer that local people make better decision than people who aren't local," Steven Tilley said.