The federal health care law requires almost everyone to own health insurance or pay a small fine. The requirement take effect in January.
The bill Sponsored by Sen. Tom Dempsey would eliminate the program altogether and use the savings to pay more to Medicaid providers.
The Senate already has passed the legislation. A final vote in the House was possible as early as Wednesday.
“The legislators themselves have to get their act together so they can work together and get something done.”
Tax credits to attract amateur sporting events to the state
The Senate will began debate Monday on a budget freezes spending on both K-12 and higher education.
Missouri House trying to create tax breaks for exports shipped out of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
The measure would create a 50 percent tax credit for people who invest up to $100,000 in young companies
The main portion of the bill is focused on dealing with the unaccredited metropolitan districts in St. Louis and Kansas City, but some think the changes would affect schools throughout Missouri.
A major division in Missouri government that has created a near gridlock on a key issue for the state might be having its last hurrah.
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