Ethics Hearing on Missouri Lawmaker RescheduledThe hearing was about an August Facebook post in which Love said that he hopes those behind the vandalism of the Springfield, Missouri monument "are found & hung from a tall tree with a long rope.''
Maria Chappelle-Nadal Calls Buyout Opponents "Baby Killers"In early morning tweet, says they should "burn in Hell".
Missouri House Strikes Down Proposed Gas Tax HikeThe tax hike would've been added to a bill that won initial approval Wednesday allowing the state to tax propane fueled vehicles.
Mo. House Approves Measure to Relax Alcohol AdvertisingThe measure would also allow the delivery of alcohol with a label saying the signature of someone 21 years of age or older is necessary to receive it.
Missouri House Votes to Extend Donations to Organ Donor FundA proposal to extend a tax checkoff program for organ donations after an emotional speech from a representative with a personal connection to the fund.
Missouri Advances Bill Pushing Medical Help for OverdosesIt says that people can't be penalized for seeking medical assistance for an overdose if they possess small amounts of drugs or are in violation of probation, parole or a restraining order.
Missouri House Budget Funds Schools, Blocks DWI CheckpointsThe Republican-led House budget plan includes nearly $3.4 billion in basic aid for public elementary and secondary school districts for the 2018 fiscal year that starts July 1 the full amount called for under state law and significantly more than what Republican Gov. Eric Greitens had recommended.
Missouri House Votes Down Medicaid ExpansionColumbia Democrat's proposal fails 102-41
Tax Hike for Seniors, Disabled Renters AdvancesA panel has rejected a plan to take unused funds from various boards and commissions to save a tax break for seniors and disabled renters.
MO House Votes to Block STL Min Wage HikeThe measure needs another vote of approval to move to the Senate.
VIDEO: Missouri Republican Cuts Mic To Silence NAACP OfficialThe latest on a Missouri House committee chairman who cut off the president of the Missouri NAACP during testimony against a bill to restrict discrimination lawsuits.
Missouri Republicans Push Right to Work Bill ForwardA bill prohibiting mandatory union fees in workplaces is moving to the Missouri Senate after winning House approval.