Minimum Wage, Payday Loan Petitions Submitted Supporters of raising Missouri's minimum wage and limiting payday loans submitted petitions Sunday to get the separate measures on the November ballot, beating this weekend's deadline to turn in signatures.
Missouri Voter ID Still Alive House members voted 102-55 on Wednesday for a resolution containing the new language.
A Push for Business Tax CutsSt. Louis County Republican Eric Schmitt would cut the state's corporate income tax in half over five years, starting in the 2012 tax year.
Lawmakers Send New Business Bills to GovernorThe House and Senate sent two bills to Gov. Jay Nixon before they went on spring break that were both pushed by the Missouri business community.
More Testimony on RedistrictingThe districts are being adjusted to reflect population changes from the 2010 census.
Lawmakers Want to Extend Filing DateThe Senate votes on a bill changing the filing date for Missouri lawmakers due to uncertainty and redistricting.
Missouri Lawmaker Says Show Me Your PapersRep. Lyle Rowland, said his measure responds to "controversy" about the current president.
Governor Makes Controversial AppointmentJason Hall couldn't win Senate confirmation as Missouri's economic development director has received a new job in the department.
Bustamante Entering Missouri's Prison System "If I could give my life to get her back I would. I'm sorry."
Mo Senate Debates Separation of Church and State"Do we care more about providing a high-quality education to students, or do we care more about continuing the bureaucracy of an institution?
Missouri Tax Credits on the Chopping BlockFour bills were presented to the committee that would pear down tax credits in Missouri
I-70: To Toll or Not to Toll MODOT directors says changes to interstate I-70, could create construction jobs and make the state more economically competitive.

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