Judge Weighs Missouri's Disturbing Worship BanViolators of the new law could face up to six months in jail and a $500 fine. Repeat offenders could get up to five years in prison.
Lawsuit Challenges Missouri Law on Disturbing WorshipThe lawsuit was brought on behalf of two individuals and two groups that picket outside churches against clergy who allegedly sexually abused children.
Mo. Senator Urges Nixon to Call Special Session on Healthcare LawRepublican Brad Lager is also calling for House Speaker Steve Tilley and Senate President Pro Tem Rob Mayer.
Update: Gov. Nixon Grilled on AppointeeNine senators delayed action to vote on Jason Hall's approval to efficiently serve as Missouri's Economic Development Director.
Analysis: Nixon's Budget Depends On New RevenuesFor Nixon's budget to be balanced, Missouri lawmakers must create an amnesty period intended to entice tax scofflaws to pay up.
Analysis: Missouri Lawmakers May Target JudiciaryUpset about both the map and the process that produced it, senators and representatives are out to extract some revenge from the judiciary.
The Mark Reardon Show: The Iowa Caucus, New State Laws of 2012, Missouri Legislative Session
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.
Senate Leader Pulls Plug on China Hub, Pro-Business LegislationGOP leaders unable to compromise; seek passage next year.
Capitol Perspectives: Term Limits and CivilityOne of the more poignant moments of this fall's legislative special session came when a senator, Jason Crowell, hurled a curse word at the Senate's president pro tem, Rob Mayer -- h**l.
Mo. Lawmakers Could Have Special Session Gov. Nixon leaves open the possibility of calling legislators back to Jefferson City
Senate GOP Remains Divided in MissouriAP analysis: Tom Dempsey and Rob Mayer have their hands full